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OFFICE OF H.M. PROCURATOR GENERAL 

AND TREASURY SOLICITOR 

CALENDAR 

OF THE 

PATENT ROLLS 



PRESERVED IN THE 



PUBLIC KECORD OFFICE. 

PREPARED UNDER THE SUPERINTENDENCE OF 

THE DEPUTY KEEPER OF THE RECOEDS. 



EPWAKI) II. 

VOL. V.) 
A.D. 1324-1327. 



PUBLISHED BY AUTHORITY OF HIS MAJESTY S PRINCIPAL SECRETAllY OF STATE 

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1904. 



CONTENTS. 



PAGE. 

Preface - - - - - v 

Corrigenda - - - - - vii 

Calendar - - - - - 1 

Index ------ 355 



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V 



( V ) 



PREFACE. 



The present volume forms part of a series of Calendars 
of the Patent Eolls from the reign of Edward I. to 
that of Henry VII., the object and character of which 
are explained in the Preface to the first volume for 
the reign of Edward III. (a.d. 1327—1330.) The text 
has been prepared, under my immediate supervision, by 
Mr. J. G. Black, of the Public Eecord Office, with some 
assistance from Mr. R. F. Isaacson, an xVssistant Eecord 
Keeper. Mr. Black has also compiled the Index. 



H. C. MAXWELL LYTE. 



Public Eecord Office, 
11 July, 1904. 



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CORRIGENDA. 



Pa.s:e 3, line 25, /or ''July 13" read " July 14." 

,, 12, ,, 7, add the date " Aug. 18, Westminster." 

50, ,, 13, /b7- " Honlees " read " Houlees." 

51, ., 6, ,, "Pontyn" rm^/ "Poucyn." 

,, 58, ,, 19, ,,' " Clanaxio" read " Clavaxio." 

,, 132, ,, 11 from bottom, for "R." read "the." 

„ 159, ,, 33, /o/- "Plunkenet" r^af/ "Plukenet." 

,, 300, ,, 11, ,, "Pouche" read " Ponche." 

,, 319, ,, 12, after "H. " add " (dc)/' 



CALENDAR 



OF 



PATENT KOLLS. 



18 EDWARD II.— Part 1. 



1324. 

July 8. 
Porchester, 



July 8. 
Porchester. 



July 8. 
Porchester. 



July 8. 
Porchester. 



July 8. 
Porchester. 



MEMBRANE 37, 

Power to John, bishop of Norwich, Henry, lord of Sully, and John de 
Stonore, knights, to treat with Charles, king of France and Navarre, for 
a meeting between the king and him. [Feedera.] By K. 

The like to them and Masters Richard de Eryum, canon of York, 
professor of both laws, John de Shordich, doctor of laws, and Richard de 
Gloucestre, learned in the law, the bishop of Norwich to be one, to treat, 
salva exheredacionis nostre injuria, for the settlement of discords between the 
same Charles and the king by reason of the castle of Montpezat, in the 
duchy. [Feed era.] By K. 

The like, with the exception of the words salva &c. [Fcedera.] 
The like, with the same exception and power for the others to proceed if 
the bishop be prevented by illness or other good cause. [Fcedera.] By K. 

Power to the same commissioners to confirm by an oath on the king's 
soul the treaty when made, salva exheredacionis &c. [Fcedera.] By K. 

Power as above, without the words salva &c., under the names of the same 
John de Stonore and John de Shordich. [Fcedera.] By K. 

Mandate to Richard de Grey, seneschal of Gascony, who has been 
appointed with John de Stonore and Robert de Shirlond, mayor of Bordeaux, 
to receive for the king from Charles, king of France, the castle aforesaid in 
the land of Agen, to take order for its safe keeping when received. By K. 

Appointment, during pleasure, of John de Stonore to the keeping of the 
same castle. By K. 

Mandate to Edmund de Wodestoke, earl of Kent, the king's brother, to 
deliver it to him. 

Writ of aid in his favour directed to the constable of the castle and all 
persons therein. 

Mandate to the seneschal of Gascony to cause livery thereof to be made 
to him. 

Mandate to the same John to deliver the corpus of the castle to the said 
king Charles according to the form agreed upon between the commissioners 
and that king. [Fcedera.] 

Power to Richard de Grey, seneschal of Gascony, John de Stonore and 
Robert de Shirland, mayor of Bordeaux, to require and receive the castle 
back from the said king at the end of the term for which it is to remain in 
his hands pursuant to the agreement made with him. By K. 



A, 3862. Wt.3217. 400.— 4/6/03. M. 



A 



CALENDAR OF PATENT ROLLS. 



1324. 

July 8. 
Porch ester 

July 8. 
Porchester 



July 8. 
Porchester 



July 11. 
Porchester. 

July 10. 
Porchester. 



July 8. 
Porchester. 



Membrane 37 — cont. 

Mandate to the same Richard to take order for its safe keeping when 
received back. [Fmlera.] By K. 

Safe-conduct for two years for John de la Pays, going to Gascony on the 
business of the king's merchant Andrew Perres de Castro Sorys of Burgos 
in Spain. By K. on the information of W. de Ayremynne. 

Appointment, during pleasure, of the above John de Stonore to the 
keeping of the castle of Montpezat. By K. 

The mandates in pursuance repeated as above. 

Mandate to the said John to deliver the corpus of the said castle to King 
Charles. [Fcedera.] By K. 

Power to Richard de Grey, seneschal of Gascony, John de Stonore and 
Robert de Shirlond as above, to require and receive it back. [Fcedera.'\ 

ByK. 

Mandate to John de Stonore or other keeper of the said castle to deliver 
the ro?7)/<.s- thereof to king Charles. [Fiedera.l ByK. 



July 8. 
Porchester. 



July 8. 
Porchester, 



July 8. 
Porchester. 

July 10. 
Porchester. 



July 8. 
Porchester, 



July 8. 
Porchester. 



July 8. 
Porchester, 



MEMBRANE 36. 

Presentation of Thomas de Brayton to the church of St. Nicholas, 
Suthkeleseye, in the diocese of Lincoln. 

The like of Geoffrey Cory to a mediety of the church of Ingeworth, in the 
diocese of Norwich. 

Grant to Master Robert de Wygornia, king's clerk, of the chapel of Est 
Tillebury, void by the resignation of William de Stowe, king's clerk, and in 
the king's gift by reason of his custody of the land and heir of Edmund le 
Botiller of Ireland, tenant in chief. 

Protection with clause nolumus for one year for Master Richard de Baldok, 
clerk. 

Licence for John le Chaumberleyn to grant for life to Master Robert de 
Baldok, archdeacon of Middlesex, the manor of Stanbrigge, held in chief, 
with remainder in tail to Richard son of John le Chaumberleyn and 
Margaret his wife, and reversion to the said John and his heirs. By K. 

Presentation of Thomas de Sibthorp to the church of Shenle, in the 
diocese of Lincoln, void by the resignation of John de Sibethorp, the last 
rector. 

Ratification of a grant by Peter, late prior of the church of St. Saviour, 
Bermundeseye and the convent of that place, to Master Geoffrey de Eyton, 
king's clerk, of the manor of Upton, co. Berks, for the life of the said 
Geoffrey and two years after ; saving to the king the issues and profits of 
the said manor in times of voidance of the priory, if they ought to belong 
to the king. 

Licence for Richard de Grey of Codenoure to grant to Robert de Sallowe 
and Mary, his wife, in survivorship, a messuage, a mill, a carucate of land, 
2 acres of meadow, 4 acres of wood and BOs. of rent in Stokes and Litton, 
held in chief as of the honor of Peverel as appears by inquisition made by 
John de Bolyngbrok, escheator in the counties of Warwick, Leicester, 
Nottingham, Derby and Lancaster, By fine of 40s. Nottingham, 



18 EDWARD II.— Part 1. 



8 



1324. 

July 9. 
Porchester, 

July 12. 

Porchester. 

July 9. 
Porchester, 

July 16. 
Porchester. 



July 11. 

Porchester. 



July 9. 
Porchester, 



July 16. 
Porchester. 



July 13. 
Porchester. 



July 6. 

Porchester, 



July 16. 
Porchester, 



July 16. 
Porchester. 



July 16. 
Porchester. 



July 19. 
Porchester. 



Membrane 36 — cont. 

Protection with clause volmniis, until Michaelmas, for John de Stonore, 
going beyond the seas on the king's business. By K. 

John de Felton, going on the king's service to Gascony, has letters 
nominating John de Yerdhill his attorney in England for one year. 

John de Stonore has the like nominating William de Coleshull and Walter 
Beyvyn, until Michaelmas. By K. 

Protection with clause volimuifi for one year for Robert le Haukere of 
Redenhale, going with Robert de Ingelose, to the duchy on the king's service. 

By testimony of the said Robert de Ingelose. 

Appointment, during pleasure, of William de la Walle, king's yeoman, 
to the custody of the forest of Dertemor, and of the chaces and parks of 
Chetelhamelton and Chetelhamholt, with the usual fee. By p.s. 

Licence for the alienation in mortmain to the warden and scholars of 
Vaux, Salisbury, by Gilbert Lovel of five messuages and 43.s'. of rent in 
Salisbury, by Roger Fuke of 8s. of rent there, and by Robert de Hungerford 
of a messuage there not held in chief, of the value of 26s. Sd. a year, as 
appears by inquisition made by Richard le Wayte, escheator in the counties 
of Wilts, Southampton, Oxford, Berks, Bedford and Buckingham ; in part 
satisfaction of their licence to acquire land and rent to the value of 20/. a 
year. 

Protection for Henry, lord of Sully, who is going to France as the king's 
envoy, and who proposes to send to Whitsand for two or three ships to take 
his household, horses and harness from Dover to those parts, and for the 
said ships and the men and mariners in them. [Fcedera.] By K. 

Signification to the bishop of Worcester of the royal assent to the 
election of Robert de Gloucestre, canon of Lanthony by Gloucester, to be 
prior of that house. By K. 

Grant to Alexander Campyoun, for his long service, of the custody of the 
gate of the castle of Porecestre, during good behaviour, with 2d. a day and 
1 mark a year for his robe by the hands of the sheriff of Southampton. 

ByK. 

Appointment of John de Segrave the elder and Fulk son of Warin to be 
captains and leaders of the barons, knights, men at arms, footmen and 
others for the duchy assembling at Plymmuth, until they come to the 
presence of Edmund de Wodestoke, earl of Kent, the king's brother, in the 
said duchy. [Fcsdera.] By K. 

Writ of aid in favour of W. bishop of Exeter, the treasurer, and Richard 
Damory, steward of the Household, appointed to survey and array their 
passage at Plymmuth. By K. 

Appointment, during pleasure, of John de Crombwell, as admiral of the 
fleet (admirallum maritime) and captain of the sailors and mariners going on 
the king's service to the duchy. [Fcedera.] By K. 

Pardon to Robert Huberd of Whappelade, who was lately indicted of a 
robbery committed upon Humphrey de Littlebury in the county of Lincoln, 
for which he was taken and detained in the prison of the Marsh alsea of the 
King's Bench, and who afterwards broke out of his prison, of his felony in 
breaking prison ; on condition that he surrender immediately to that prison 
and stand to right before the king, if the king or any other will implead 
him. By K. on the information of William de Ayremynne. 



CALENDAR OF PATENT ROLLS. 



1324. 



July 24. 
Porchester. 

July 28. 
Porchester. 



July 27. 
Porchester. 



Membrane 36 — cont. 

Grant, durino: pleasure, to Simon de Mountbreton, in aid of his main 
tenance on the king's service, of two parts of the manor of Patesmere, late 
of John de Patesmere, who has withdrawn from the realm because he is 
an adherent of the king's enemies and rebels. 

By K. on the like information. 

Mandate to the keeper of the said manor to deliver the same to him. 

Licence for the abbot and convent of Tychefeld to acquire in mortmain 
lands and rent not held in chief, to the value of lOO.s. a year. By K. 

Writ of aid until 7 July for John de Neusum, clerk, charged by the 
steward of the Household and the Keeper of the Wardrobe to purvey hay, 
oats, beans, litter and other things for the horses in his custody. 

By bill of Robert de Wodehous, Keeper of the Wardrobe. 

Acquittance to Stephen Alard of Wynchelse whom the king lately 
ordered to repair a ship called la Xicholas of Westminster, for the timber and 
boards delivered to him for that purpose by Henry de Cobham, keeper of 
the castle and honour of Tonebrigg, as well as for 449Z. 20d. delivered to 
him for that purpose, viz. by the hands of W^illiam de Langele, clerk of the 
king's chamber, 200 marks, of Master James de Ispannia, 27^. and of the 
merchants of the society of the Bardi, 350 marks, from the treasurer of the 
Exchequer, 551. 8.s. 4^/., all which he is said to have applied to the repair 
thereof ; and discharges from rendering any account for the same. By K. 



•July 14. 
Porchester, 



July 12. 
Porchester. 

July 11. 
Porchester. 



July 14. 
Porchester, 



July 13. 
Porchester, 



MEMBRANE 35. 

Grant, during pleasure, to Edward, earl of Chester, the king's son, of a 
messuage called ' la Sauveye ' near the stone cross without the Bar of the 
New Temple, London, which is in the king's hands, on condition that he 
keep the houses, walls and enclosures thereof and other things belonging 
to the said messuage in proper repair. By K. 

Protection with clause rohnmis, for one year, for Roger Bavent, going 
beyond the seas on the king's service. By testimony of the Steward. 

Safe -conduct for one year for Stephen Lambyn of Wynchelse, going to 
divers parts with a ship called la Alisote of Wynchelse to trade, and his 
men. By p.s. 

The like until All Saints for John Fairher of Scotland, in pursuing his 
business in the realm. By K. 

Afterwards on 23 September, the king being at Porchester, these letters 
were renewed until Easter. By K. 

Grant during pleasure, to Simon Laweman of the custody of the king's 
stew of Fosse, receiving by the hands of the sheriff of York 6r/. a day, as 
Oliver de Nauntoyl, deceased, the late keeper used to receive. 

Order in pursuance to the sheriff. 

Grant to John de Stretford, bishop of Winchester, who on 29 June, in 
the seventeenth year acknowledged to the Chancery that he owed the king 
10,000/., payable at the king's will, that 2,000Z. be levied at the king's 
will and the residue of 8,000Z. in like manner, but on condition as to the 
said 8,000Z., that if any remain unpaid at the bishop's death, his successors, 
executors and heirs shall be quit of further payment. By K. 

Be it remembered that on 26 July following, the king being at Porchester, 
the words interlined in the above document were added by order of the 
Chancellor. [Pari. Writs.] 



18 EDWARD II.— Part 1. 



1324. 
July 12. 
Porchester. 



July 15. 
Porchester, 



July 16. 
Porchester. 

July 18. 
Porchester, 



July 15. 
Porchester. 



July 18. 
Porchester. 



July 15. 
Porchester. 

July 18. 
Porchester. 



July 17. 
Porchester. 



July 28, 
Porchester ♦ 



Membrane 35 — cont. 

Pardon to Emma, late the wife of Richard, son of Thomas Lcef, for lately 
acquiring with her husband from Thomas de Bekeryng, a messuage and 27 
acres of land in Tuxford, held in chief, to hold for the lives of them and 
John and William, their sons, at a rent of 22.s. and by doing suit at his court 
of Tuxford every three weeks, and suit at his mill there, for which trespass 
the premises have been taken into the king's hands, as appears by inquisition 
made by John de Bolingbrok, escheator in the counties of Warwick, &c. ; 
with restitution of the premises to her for life, with remainder to the said 
William her son, and reversion to Thomas and his heirs. 

By fine of ^ mark. Nottingham. 

Safeconduct until Easter for William le Doyen, merchant of Bruges in 
Flanders, his men and servants, coming to the realm with merchandise. 

ByK. 

Protection with clause oohumis, for one year, for John Bavent, going to 
Gascony on the king's service. 

He also has letters nominating John de Hulveston and Thomas atte 
Watere his attorneys for the same time. 

Protection with clause volumus for one year for Thomas de Wylynton, 
going to Gascony on the king's service with the said John. 

By testimony of the said John. 

The like for Thomas de Belhous, going to Gascony on the king's service 
with John Haward. By testimony of the said John. 

Roger de Istelworth, going with, the same John, has letters nominating 
John de Boys, his attorney in England for one year. 

By the like testimony. 

William de Dunton^ going to Gascony on the king's service, has letters 
nominating William de Wrottynge his attorney as above. 

Protection wdth clause volumus for one year for Hugh Flour, going as 
above with Thomas le Latymer. By testimony of the said Thomas. 

The like for the following, going with the said Thomas : — 
John de Nevile. 
Edmund de Dudden. 

The like for Roger de Istelworth, going with John Haward as above. 

By testimony of the said John. 

Nicholas le Latimer, going to the duchy on the king's service, has letters 
nominating John de Panfeld, parson of the church of Bucworth, his 
attorney in England for one year. 

Thomas le Latimer, going in like manner, has the like nominating John 
de Ingham and Thomas atte Watere as above. 

Licence for the alienation in mortmain by Master John de Staunton, 
king's clerk, of a messuage 40 acres of land, 2 acres of meadow and pasture, 
and 60.S. of rent in Herlawe, Great Pardon, and North wold, not held in 
chief, to a chaplain to celebrate divine service daily at the altar of St. 
Petronilla in the church of Herlawe, for the souls of the said John, his 
father and mother, John sometime abbot of St. Edmunds, and the faithful 
departed. By p.s. 

Pardon to Thomas de Gournaye, knight, for a fine of lOOZ. for having 
been lately a rebel and an adherent of the rebels ; with restitution of his 
lands. [Pad. Writs.^ ByK. 



& 



CALENDAR OF PATENT ROLLS. 



1324. 

July 28. 
Durford. 

July 8. 
Porchester. 

July IS. 
Durford. 

July 26. 
Porchester. 



July 31. 
Guildford, 



Membrane 85 — cont. 

Protection with clause nolumus, for one year, for the prior of Nocton 
Park. 



The like for Robert, abbot of Wouburn, for two years. 
Simple protection for one year for John Seman of Thacsted. 



ByK. 



Safe-conduct until Michaelmas for Henry lord of Sully, the king's envoy 
to France, who is sending to Whitsand for two or three ships to take his 
household, horses and harness from Dover to those parts, as above [p. 3.] 
[Fadera.] By K. 

The like until Easter for all men and merchants of Flanders, a truce 
having been made with Lewis, count of Flanders. [Fccdera,] By K. 



July 9. 
Porchester. 



July 15. 
Porchester. 



MEMBRANE 34, 

July 9. Grant to Roger de Gresli, chaplain, of the chantry in the chapel of the 

Porchester. castle of Wyndesore, which Nicholas de Weston, chaplain, lately held. 

July 8. Licence for John le Despenser of Aldebury to enfeoff William le 

Porchester. Despenser of the manor of Aldebury with the advowson of the church 
thereof, and for the latter to regrant the same to the said John and 
Margaret his wife and John their son, and the heirs of the body of the 
latter, with successive remainders in tail to Thomas, Nicholas and Richard 
brothers of the latter, and to the right heirs of the said John le Despenser. 

By fine of lOOs. Oxford. 

Presentation of Richard de Henton to the church of Yhurst, in the 
diocese of Winchester, in the king's gift by reason of his custody of the 
land and heir of Roger de Sancto Johanne, tenant in chief. 

Licence for the king's merchants of the society of the Bardi to take all 
their wools of the present season out of the realm whithersoever they will, 
notwithstanding the charter of the staple, or any ordinance or prohibition 
of wools being taken elsewhere than to the staple ; provided they pay the 
customs due. By K. 

July 15. Safe-conduct until All Saints for William, bishop of St. Andrews, envoy 

Porchester of Robert de Brus, coming to the realm to treat of a final peace with the 
said Robert and his accomplices ; and for his household to the number of 
50 horsemen and their servants, grooms, horses, harness and other goods ; 
and if the bishop or any of his company or servants and grooms fall ill 
this safe conduct shall continue until he can return home. By K. 

The like for one year for Thomas Randolf, earl of Murref , to the number 
of 50 horsemen as above. By K. 

Afterwards on 23 September, the king being at Porcestre, the said letters 
were renewed for one year. By K. 

July 15. The like until Michaelmas for Alexander de Seton of Scotland, who 

Porchester lately came from Scotland to treat for peace as above, and is now returning, 

and for his household to the number of 12 horsemen and their servants 

and grooms. By K. 

Afterwards on 23 September, the king being at Porcestre, the said letters 

were renewed until Easter. By K. 



18 EDWARD II.— Part 1. 



1324. 

July 15. 
Porchester. 



July 22. 
Porchester. 



July 25. 
Porchester. 



July 25. 
Porchester. 

July 28. 
Durford. 



Aug. 1. 
Guildford. 



Aug. 5. 
Guildford. 



Membrane 34 — cont. 

Commission to Henry de Cobham, Waresius de Valoignes, and William 
de Ponte Roberti to audit the accounts of Richard Frilamb, late common 
bailift' of that marsh, and Geoffrey atte Chapele, now bailiff there, John de 
Wyvefiford, Walter Wyberd, and others appointed to collect sums for the 
repair of the walls and watergangs there, it having been shown on behalf 
of Robert Alard of Wynchelse, Thomas de Maidenstone, Hamo Colebrond, 
and William de Lewes of Romenhale, and others having lands in the Marsh 
of Romenhale, that they have neglected to apply these sums to the repair 
thereof. 

Restitution to Edward de Stredlynge of the county of Somerset, late a 
rebel, whom the king lately released from prison on his finding mainprise 
for his future good behaviour, of all his lands, to hold at the king's will. 

By K. on the information of W. de Ayremynne. 

Mandate to Roger de Gulden, keeper of certain forfeited lands in the 
counties of Somerset and Dorset, to deliver the said lands to him upon his 
making compensation in cases where any of the lands have been let to 
farm. 

Protection for one year for Andrew Rosekyn, master of the king's 
barge called la Margarete, of Westminstre, going to divers parts of the 
realm on the king's business, and those with him therein, and writ of aid 
for him in the selection of mariners for the manning of the said barge. 

ByK. 

The like for John Dyve, master of the king's ship called la Nicholas. 

ByK. 

Appointment until All Saints of William Vivian to select mariners from 
the towns of Shorham, Bryghneston. Rottyngden, Howe, Aldryngton, 
Estkyngeston, Westkyngeston, and Worthyng, belonging to the town 
of Shorham, for the equipment of ships of the town of Shorham ordered 
for the king's service. By K. 

The like until All Saints' of Richard Fylle, master of a ship called 
la James, of Westminster, to go with her on the king's service. Appoint- 
ment of him also to select mariners to the number of 80 men in the parts 
of the river Thames, on either side of the river, for her equipment. By K. 

The like for the same period, directed to the barons, bailiffs, ministers, 
and commonalities of the Cinque Ports, and the members thereof, of 
Robert de Kendale, constable of the Castle of Dover and warden of the 
Cinque Ports, and Robert Bataille, to select mariners in those ports and 
members sufficient for the equipment for the ships of the said ports and 
members ordered for the king's service, and for their deputies. By K. 

Protection for one year for Thomas Fauxet, master of the king's ship 
called la Godeyere, going to divers parts of the realm on the king's business 
and others with him in the ship ; and writ of aid for him in the selection 
of 40 mariners for the manning of the said ship. By K. 

The like for Theobald de Barton, master of the king's ship called La 
Maiideley7ie, for 40 mariners. 

The like for William Ede, master of the king's ship called the Cog Semt 
Piere for 30 mariners. 



8 



CALENDAR OF PATENT ROLLS. 



1324. 

Aug. 1. 
Guildford. 



MEMBRANE 33. 

Commission to Thomas Coudray and Richard de Coleshull, in the county 
of Berks to supervise the array pursuant to the late proclamation and the 
statute of Winchester of the men of that county in defence of the realm, 
especially now that the king of France is gathering a great army against the 
king and the duchy of Aquitaine ; and to certify the king of the number 
of horse and foot to be armed with steel armour, and of the residue of 
fencible foot of that county, by Michaelmas next. [Pad. Writs.'] By K. 



The like to the following in the following counties : — 
Robert Fitz EHs 
Robert de Ardern 



John de Morteyn 
Ralph le Fitz Richard 

Thomas de Pipe 
John de Hinkle 

Robert de Harle 
Fulk de Pembrug 

Richard de Baskervill 
John de Barw 

Nicholas Corbet 
Nicholas de Aston 

Richard de la Ryvere 
John de Aunesle 

Reginald de Pavely 
Walter Gacelyn * 

William de Botereux 
Richard Hewyssh 

Nicholas Dauneye 
Stephen de Haccombe 

Alan de Boxhull 
William de Stoke 

William de Weylond 
Matthew de Clyvedon 

John de Ticheburn 
Edmund de Kendale 

Nicholas Gentil 
John de Ifeld 

Henry de Mountford 
William Huse 

Stephen de Cobeham 
Ralph Sauvage 

Henry de Cobeham 
Henry de Goshale 

Richard de Perers 
John de la Haye 



West Kent 



Est Kent 



Oxford. 



Bedford. 

Stafford. 

Salop. 

Hereford. 

Worcester. 

Gloucester. 

Wilts. 

Cornwall. 

Devon. 

Dorset. 

Somerset. 

Southhampton. 

Sussex. 

Surrey. 

Kent. 

Hertford. 



18 EDWARD II.— Part 1. 



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1324. 



Membrane 38 — cont. 



Hugh de Nevill 
Walter de PateshuU 

William Moigne 
Bernard de Bruys 

Richard de Pleyz 
John de Hynton 

Robert de Aspale 
John de Whelnetham 

Constantine de Mortuo Mari 
William de Bernak 
Roger de Kerdeston 
Geoffrey Wyth 

Robert Darcy 
William Wasteneys 

Thomas de Novo Mercato ) 
Thomas Wake of Blisworth f 

Alexander de Monte Forti ) 
William de Baiocis ( 



Essex. 
Huntingdon. 
Cambridge. 
Suffolk. 

Norfolk. 



Lyndeseye 



Kestevene h Lincoln. 



Holand 



Henry le Fitz Hugh 
Richard Bi'ron 

Simon Warde 
Ralph de Nevill 

William de Twenge 
Thomas Ughtred 

Philip de Aylesbury 
John de la Penne 



Westtrithing. 



[ Northtrithing. 
[ Esttrithing. 



r 



York 



Ralph Basset of Weldon 
John de Longevill 
Robert de Daventre 

John Hamelyn 
Richard de Egebaston 
John de Aungervill 

Thomas Hastyng 
Roger de Aylesbury 

Robert de Pyrpount 
John de Mountenye 

Hugh de Menyll 
Aired de Solny 

Robert de Watervill 
Thomas de Wenton 

Richard de Hoghton 
John de Haveryngton 

Hugh de Louthre 
Richard de Denton 



Buckingham. 
Northampton. 

Leicester. 

Warwick. 

Nottingham. 

Derby. 

Rutland. 

Lancaster. 

Cumberland. 



10 CALENDAR OF PATENT ROLLS. 

1324. 



Membrane 33 — cont. 



Walter de Stirkland } ar i^ i ^ 

T , -1 T 4. * xj 1 n i Westmoreland. 

John de Lancastre of Holgill \ 



John de Enefeld 
Roger de Brok 

Roger Heroun 
John de Fenwik 



Middlesex. 
Northumberland. 



Hamo de Chiggewell, mayor of the 

city of London \ n-t £ t j 

JohnGysorz City of London. 

John de Charleton ) 

The last entry is vacated hecauHe xurrendered and cancelled, [Pari, Writs,] 
Form of the array. I'rench, [Pari. Writs.] 



kEMBRANE 32. 

Aug. 6. Commission to Stephen de Cobeham, Ralph Sauvage, Henry de 

Guildford Cobeham, and Henry de Goshale, to select in the county of Kent, the 
towns of Canterbury and Rochester excepted, 1,040 footmen, 260 to 
be armed with haketons, hauberks or plate armour, bacinets and 
gauntlets of steel, and the remainder with haketons and steel bacinets 
and other competent arms (the armour directed to be provided by the 
Statute of Winchester, being only intended for the preservation of the 
peace, and not being sufficient for the defence of the realm against foreign 
invasion), the said armour to be provided at the expense of the com- 
monalty of the county, the said cities being excepted, and to be kept by 
the commonalties of the towns until the selected men set out, and upon 
their return to be restored to the custody of the commonalties ; and they 
are to array the said selected men in twenties and hundreds. By K. & C. 

The like to the above-mentioned commissioners in the respective counties 
to select, arm in like proportion, and array the following numbers of foot- 
men in the said counties, the chief cities and towns excepted ; viz. — , 

Surrey, except the town of Suthwerk, 400. 

Sussex, except the city of Cicestre, 640. 

Southampton, except the city of Winchester, 800. 

Wilts, except the city of Salisbury, 800. 

"Dorset, 640. 

Somerset, except the cities of Bath and Wells, 880. 

Devon, except the city of Exeter, 800. 

Cornwall, 560. 

Norfolk, except the city of Norwich and the towns of Lynn and East 
Yarmouth, 1040. 

Suffolk, except the towns of Ipswich and St. Edmund, 640. 

Lincoln, except the city of Lincoln, 1040. 

York, except the city of York and the towns of Beverle and Hull, 960. 

Lancaster, 240. 

Westmoreland, 80. 

Cumberland, 160. 

Northumberland, 240. 

Gloucester, except the towns of Gloucester, Bristol and Cirencester, 
640. 

Hereford, except the city of Hereford, 400. 

Worcester, except the city of Worcester, 240. 



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][324 • Membrane 32 — cont. 

Salop, except the town of Shrewsbury, 640. 

Stafford, except the town of Stafford, 480. 

Derby, except the town of Derby, 400. 

Nottingham, except the towns of Nottingham and Neuwerk, 640. 

Leicester, except the town of Leicester, 400. 

Warwick, except the town of Warwick, 400. 

Rutland, 160. 

Northampton, except the town of Northampton, 640. 

Oxford, except the town of Oxford, 400. 

Berks, 400. 

Buckingham, 560. 

Bedford, except the town of Bedford, 400. 

Middlesex, 240. 

Essex, 560. 

Hertford, 400. 

Cambridge, except the towns of Cambridge and Ely, 640. 

Huntingdon, except the town of Huntingdon, 400. 

Afterwards on 13 September, the king being at Porcestre, the above 
John de la Haye being too ill, Philip Pellitot was substituted in his place. 
[ParL Writs.] By C. 



MEMBRANE 31. 

Aug. 4. Licence for the abbot and convent of Stanleye, for the relief of the abbey, 

Guildford, which is in debt,, to let to farm for twenty years, to whomsoever they will, 
the manors of Wadele, Mighale, Godewelle and Mercumbe. 

By line of 40.s. made by the abbot. Wilts. 

Aug. 6. Appointment until All Saints of Robert Beudyn, lately appointed captain 

Guildford, and admiral of the fleet of the Cinque Ports and other ports from the 

mouth of the Thames westwards, to select men for the equipment of the 

said ships. By K. 

The like until Whitsuntide of John de Sturmy, captain and admiral of 
the fleet of Great Yarmouth and all ports and places from the mouth of the 
Thames northwards. By K. 

The like until All Saints of Robert Bataille and Stephen de Padeham to 
select men for the equipment of the ships of the port of Wynchelse ordered 
on the king's service. By K. 

Whereas Ralph de Crophill acquired in fee from Cecily de la Rokele the 
manor of Tyreswelle, held in chief as of the honor of Tikhill, as appears by 
inquisition made by John de Bolingbrok, escheator in the counties of 
Nottingham, &c. and Master Alan de Hothum, afterwards acquired the 
, . , same from him and regranted it to him and Maud his wife, with remainders 

.', \ to Ralph, their son, and the heirs of his body and to the right heirs of 

Ralph de Crophill, without the king's licence, whereby the manor has been 
taken into his hands ; for a fine made by the last-named Ralph he has 
pardoned the trespasses and given back the manor to Ralph and Maud to 
hold as above. By fine of lOOs. Notts. 

Aug. 13. Mandate to the chapter of the cathedral church of Llandaft' to deliver the 

Cippenham. temporalities of the bishopric of Llandaft' to John, late bishop of Connor, 
preferred to be bishop thereof by bull of J. the Pope, the said John having 
renounced all words therein contained prejudicial to the crown, and having 
acknowledged that he is willing to receive the temporalities of the king's 
livery and special grace, and the king having taken his fealty. By K. 

Writ de intendendo directed to the tenants. By K. 



Aug. 8. 
Henley 
[Hanle). 

Aug. 6. 
Guildford, 



12 



CALENDAR OF PATENT ROLLS. 



1324. 

Aug. 18. 
Cippenham. 

Aug. 17. 
Westminster. 



Aug. 18. 
Westminster. 



Aug. 16. 
Westminster. 



Aug. 20. 
Westminster. 



Membrane 31 — cont» 

Protection with clause royamus for two years for the master and brethren 
of the hospital of St. Antoine dwelling in England. 

Safe conduct until All Saints for Peter Barde, master of the king's ship 
called The Coij of St. John, of Westminster, going to divers parts of the 
realm on the king's business, and power to him to select 80 mariners for 
the keeping and governance thereof. By K. 

Protection with clause nolinnm for one year for Elias Talairandi, arch- 
deacon of Richmund, staying beyond the seas, and Master Raymond de 
Sancto Crispino, his proctor, and vicar general in England. By K. 

The like for the following : — 

Master Brunus de Jodico, prebendary of Brampton, in the church of 

S. Mary, Lincoln. By K. 

Geoffrey Berfot, parson of the church of Roscurghthour. By K. 

William de Herlaston, clerk, constantly attendant on the king's 

service. 

Simple protection for one year for Master John de Medunta, dean of the 
church of St. Buryan in Cornwall. By K. 

The like for Giles de Bolonvill, parson of the church of Ripton Abbots 
and canon in the church of Aukelond. By K. 

Protection with clause volumns for one year for Robert de Faunteston, 
going with Fulk Fiz Waryn on the king's service to the duchy of 
Aquitaine. By testimony of the Steward. 

The like for the following going with the said Fulk : — 
Richard de Farndon. 
Robert de Monte Gomery. 
William de Wancy. 
Fulk son of Fulk son of Warin. 

The like for one year for Reginald be Mohun, going on the king's service 
as above. By testimony of the Steward. 



July 30. 

Witley. 



Aug. 3. 
Guildford. 



MEMBRANE 30. 

Protection, for one year, for Nicholas Burnel, Philip, son of Nicholas 
Burnel, Henry de Vaugerard, John le Moigne, Richard Bernard, and 
Bernard Bernard, going to the Channel Islands on business affecting the 
king and themselves. By C. 

The like for the following : — 

Thomas Arthur, John Prere and Philip Arthur. By C. 

Thomas Destefnild and Matthew de Saumarez. By 0. 

Jordan de Maouz and John his brother. By C. 
Alan le Provost du Vale. 

John du Vynier, Simon de Sancto Martino, Philip de Sancto Martino, 

Nicholas Blondel and Michael Lestornel. By C. 

Licence for Richard de Ripariis, knight, to enfeoff William le Breton and 
John de Bredestrete, chaplain, of the manor of Estmereseye, co. Essex, held 
in chief as of the honor of Reylegh, as appears by inquisition made by 
John de Blomvill, escheator in the counties of Essex, Hereford, Cambridge, 
Huntingdon, Norfolk and Suffolk ; and for them to regrant the same to 
him for life, with remainder in tail to Robert de Ripariis and Joan his wife, 
and reversion to the right heirs of the said Richard. By fine of lOOs, 

Vacated became otlierwise below » 



18 EDWARD II.— Part 1. 



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1324. 

July 29. 
Witley 



Aug. 2. 
Guildford, 



Aug. 1. 
Guildford. 



July 24. 
Porchester, 



Aug. 1. 
Guildford. 



Aug. 8. 
Guildford. 

Aug. 13. 

Windsor 

Park. 

Aug. 27. 
Tonbridge. 



Aug. 3. 
Guildford. 



Aug. 5. 
Guildford. 



Membrane 30 — cont. 

Safe-conduct until Easter, or until they can cross the sea, for Master 
John de Boy tone, William de Deen, and Master John Burlek, envoys of 
Lewis, count of Flanders, who came to settle disputes with the king and 
are going home again. [Fcrdera.'] By K. 

Mandate to the dean and chapter of the free chapel of Hastynges to 
assign a stall in the choir and a place in the chapter to Robert de Langeton, 
king's clerk, admitted by J. bishop of Chichester upon the presentation to 
the prebendal portion of Wertlyng, Nymnesfeld and Hoo in that chapel, 
lately void by the resignation of Master James de Berkele. 

Pardon, directed to the bailiffs and others of the Channel Islands, to 
Richard German of the king's suit for the death of Ralph de Guethehou, 
and the burglary of the house of Alan le Provost and of his abjuration, if 
any, of the said islands. 

By K. on the information of William de Ayremynne. 

Pardon to Alan de Charleton for the death of John de Castello, a rebel, 
who was in custody in the prison of the marshalsea at York, and broke 
prison, whereupon the king commanded the said Alan to pursue him and 
take him alive or dead, and the said Alan, in execution of the king's 
mandate, caused him to be beheaded at Kyngeslane, co. Hereford, whither 
he had fled. By K. 

Pardon to William son of William Felton for acquiring in tail from 
William de Felton, his father, the manor of Matfenwest, co. Northumber- 
land, who held it in chief, and for entering therein without licence, and 
licence for him to retain the same, with successive remainders to Alice, 
wife of Robert de la Vale, knight, and the heirs male of her body, and to 
Eleanor wife of John de Fenwyk, knight, and reversion to the right heirs 
of the said William the father. By K. 

Mandate to Simon de Grymmisby, escheator in the counties of York, 
Northumberland, Cumberland and Westmoreland, to deliver to the said 
William the said two parts of the said manor {sic). 

Simple protection for two years for Tido de Varisio, archdeacon of 
Berks. By K. on the information of W. de Ayremynne. 

Safe-conduct, for one year, for the king's merchant William de Merewell, 
mayor of the merchants of the Staple of wool and wool-fells, going to 
Flanders, on the affairs of the staple. By K. 

Simple protection, for one year, for John de Holt, clerk, going to divers 
parts of the realm on the business of Edward, earl of Chester, the king's 
son. 

Licence for Richard de Ripariis to grant to Robert de Ripariis and Joan, 
his wife, and the heirs of their bodies, the manor of Estmereseye, co. Essex, 
held in chief as of the honor of Reylegh as appears by inquisition made by 
John de Blomvill, escheator in the counties of Essex &c. with reversion to 
the right heirs of the said Richard. By fine of 100s. Essex. 

Protection with clause nolwnus, for two years, for Nicholas Chaumberleyn, 
merchant and citizen of Bath, a native of France, who has given security 
for his good behaviour and that he will not withdraw his goods and 
merchandize, or depart himself, from the realm without licence. By C, 



14 



CALENDAR OF PATENT ROLLS. 



1324 



Aug. 4. 
Guiklfonl. 



Aug. 6. 
Guildford. 



Aug. 6. 
Guildford. 



Aug. 6. 
Guildford. 



Aug. 16. 
Sheen. 



Tonbridge. 



Membrane 30 — cont. 

Presentation of Elias de Grymesby to the church of Ryshangles, in the 
diocese of Norwich, in the king's gift by reason of his custody of the land 
and heir of Thomas de Hickelyng, tenant in chief. 

Appointment, during pleasure, of John de Clyvedon to be warden of the 
islands of Gernereye, Gereseye, Serk and Aureneye, as Otto de Grandisono, 
who holds them for life by demise of Edward I. has retired from them, 
whereby there is danger for their safe custody, especially as tlie king of 
France is attempting to make war on the realm and the lands subject to 
the king, he taking 40/. yearly out of the issues of those islands while he 
holds the custody. By K. 

Protection with clause voluniufi for one year for William de Bello Campo, 
going to the duchy of Aquitaine on the king's service. 

By bill of the Steward. 
The like for William de Bello Campo (sic). 

Grant to Nicholas de Carleton, chaplain, of the chapel of Neusom super 
These, in the king's gift by reason of his custody of the land and heir of 
Guy de Bello Campo, earl of Warwick. 

The like to John de Percebrigge, king's clerk, of the chapel of Percebrigge, 
in the king's gift as above. 

Protection with clause nolwnus for one year for Thomas le Rede. 

The like for the following : — 
The prioress of Marryg. 



William Jetour. 



By K. on the information of William de Clif. 



Aug. 16. 
Sheen. 



The abbot of Wiggemore. 

Master James de Florencia, archdeacon of Winchester. 

By K. on the information of W. de Ayremynne. 

Simple protection for two years for James de la Sale. 

Protection with clause nolumus, for one year, for the prioress of Marrig. 



MEMBRANE 29. 

Aug. 18. Appointment, during pleasure, of Henry le Scrop, justice of the forest 

Westminster, beyond Trent, as chief keeper and surveyor of the king's parks and chaces 

beyond the Trent. By K. 

Writ of aid for him to sheriffs, parkers, foresters and others beyond the 
Trent. By K. 

Aug. 21. Safe-conduct for one year, for William Lucas, master of the king's ship 

Westminster, called la Cofj(je Nostre Dame of Westministre, going to divers parts of the 

realm on the king's business, and power to him to select mariners required 

for the keeping and governance thereof, but not men other than mariners. 

By K. 

The like for one year for John Petit, master of the king's ship called 
la Valence of Westminster, By K. 



18 EDWARD II.— Part 1. 



15 



1324. 

Aug. 13. 
Isleworth. 



Aug. 20. 
Westminster. 

Aug. 21. 
Westminster. 



Aug. 20. 
"Westminster. 



• Aug. 20. 

Westminster. 

Aug. 26. 
Tonbridge. 



Aug. 18. 
' Westminster. 



Aug. 21. 

Westminster. 



Aug. 21. 
Westminster. 



Membrane 29 — cont. 

Simple protection, for one year, for John Corby of Maydenstan. 
The like for Master Walter de Islep, parson of the church of 
Wythyndon. 

Protection with clause noliDinis, for one year, for John de Colcestre of 
London, mercer. 

Grant to Henry, lord of Suylli, that if war breaks out between France 
and England he may remain in France during the war, on condition that 
he do no harm to the king or his men, and that he shall not lose the fee 
of his lands which the king has granted to him for his services. French. 

Safe-conduct until the Purification for Edward de Balliolo,. summoned 
by the king to England from beyond the seas, and his household, horses 
and harness. [Feed era.] By K. 

Protection with clause nolumus for one year for the abbot of Westminster. 

The like for the following : — 

Master James de Florencia, archdeacon of Winchester, and Robert his 

brother, in the manor of Ewelle. 
William de Testa, cardinal priest of St. Ciriac in Termis, archdeacon 

of Ely, precentor in the church of St. Mary, Lincoln, and parson of 

the churches of Spofford and Shorham. 
Vitalis de Testa, prebendary of Torleton in the church of St. Mary, 

Salisbury, canon in the collegiate church of Wyngham, and parson 

of the church of Henneya. 

Protection with clause volmnus, for one year, for John Darcy, justiciary of 
Ireland, going to Ireland on the king's service. 

The like for the following going in his company : — 
John de Barkeworth. 
John Darcy ' le filz.' 

Philip de Caltoft. . 

William Shut. 
John de Rigeton. 
John Moriz. 

Licence for the alienation in mortmain to the prior and convent of 
Spaldyng of divers parcels of land in Pyncebek, Multon, and Spaldyng by 
the following persons, bondmen of the prior he says, viz. — Thomas atte 
Grene, a messuage in Pyncebek acquired from John Devaunt; William, son 
of Gilbert, a parcel of land there, 20 perches by 1 perch, acquired from 
Gregory Goldyng, Wido de Wyndesore, j acre there, acquired from Alan 
Wylok ; William atte Gatesende, 1 acre 1 perch there, acquired from 
Geoffrey son of Simon ; Gregory son of Adam, 1 acre in Multon, acquired 
from John Potito of Quappelade ; Gilbert Pigge, 13^ acres of land and 
4 acres of marsh in Spaldyng, acquired from Nicholas Baret, Maud atte 
Barre, Adam Besaunt, and Adam son of Herbert le Suour of Spaldyng, 
which are all held of the fee of the said prior, as appears by inquisition 
made by Matthew Broun, escheator in the counties of Lincoln, Rutland 
and Northampton : to hold as of the value of 40.s'. a year in part satisfaction 
of their licence to acquire land of their own fee to the value of 20Z. a year. 

Commission to William Tracy and Robert Seliman appointed to select 
in the forest of Dene, Berkeleyhirnes and elsewhere in the county of 
Gloucester 300 foot archers, beyond the footmen at another time selected in 
the county for service in the duchy, who have withdrawn without licence, 
and William to be their leader to Portesmuth, to be there by Monday after 
the Nativity of St, Mary. [Pari. Wriu.] ^ ■ By K. 



16 



CALENDAR OF PATENT ROLLS. 



1324. 



Aug. 20. 
Westminster, 



Aug. 23. 
Tonbridge. 



Aug. 10. 
Pirbright. 



Aug. 26. 
Tonbridge. 



Aug. 27. 

Bayham 

(Begehnm). 

Aug. 29. 
Battle. 



Memhrane 29 — cont. 

The like to the following in the following counties : — 

Walter de Huntyngfeld ) Kent, 150, Walter to be 

Ralph Sauvage J leader. 



Nicholas Gentyll 
Andrew Peverel 



( 



Surrey and Sussex, 250, 
Nicholas to be leader. 



John de Scures, sheriff of Southampton ) Southampton, 200, John to 
James de Norton \ be leader. \ParL WritsA 



•] 



Protection with clause rolumm, for one year, for Master John de 
Shordich, going to Gascony on the king's service. By K. 

The like for Nicholas de Oxonia going with him. 

By testimony of the said John. 

The like for the following also going : — 
John de Pelstede. 
John Cristemasse. 
John de la Chaumbre. 
Ralph de Ledebury. 

Safe-conduct and protection for one year for the merchants, mariners 
aud others of the power of the king of Spain. [Fmdera.'] By p.s. 

The like for Ferrand de Castro Dordialis, master of the ship called The 
ahip of St. Marij de Castro, as w^ell as for all merchants, &c. as above. 

By the same writ. 

Protection for one year for Asnard de Rouncevall', citizen of Bayonne, 
and for his men and goods. 

Because he had like letters under the Privy Seal. 

Protection with clause volumiis, until Easter, for Master James de 
Florencia, archdeacon of Winchester, going beyond seas on the king's 
service. 

The like, for one year, for Richard Talebot, going to the duchy of 
Aquitaine on the king's service. By testimony of the Steward. 

Safe-conduct for one year for James Beauflour, king's merchant, going to 
divers parts to trade. 



Aug. 3. 
Guildford. 



Aug. 4. 
Guildford. 



Aug. 5. 
Guildford. 



Aug. 1. 
Guildford, 



MEMBRANE 28. 

Protection with clause nolumus, for one year, for Master Adam de 
Twiselton, clerk. 

The like for the following : — 

Brian de Pampesworth, parson of the church of Houghton. 



William de Wyndehull. 

The abbot of Stratmarchell. 

Thomas de Nuslyng of Southampton. 

John prior of Andevre. 

Master Peter Gallicien, parson of the church of Horncastre. 



ByK. 
ByK. 



William le Tanturer of Walyngford. 

Gerard de Byole, merchant, a native of the duchy, dwelling in the 
town of Southampton. 

Thomas le Toller, parson of the church of St. Peter, Old Sarum, 



18 EDWARD II.— Part 1 



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1324. 

Aug. 2. 
Guildford. 



Aug. 1. 
Guildford. 



Aug. 2. 
Guildford. 



Aug. 1. 
Guildford. 



Aug. 4. 
Guildford. 



Aug. 3. 
Guildford. 



Aug. 5. 
Guildford. 



Aug. 4. 
Guildford, 



Aug. 3. 
Guildford. 



Aug. 4. 
Guildford. 



Membrane 28 — rout. 

Grant to William de Felton, king's yeoman, in pui-.suance of a grant to 
him of 50 marks a year at the Exchequer until the king should assign him 
land to that yearly value for life, of the custody of two parts of the manor 
of Morp'ath, co. Northumherland, late of Ralph de Greystok, tenant in chief, 
in the king's hands by reason of the minority of the heir, and extended at 
26/. 13.S'. 4^/. yearly, as appears by inquisition made by Thomas de Burgh, 
late escheator beyond Trent, to hold until he has received out of the issues 
thereof what is in arrear of the said 50Z. yearly. By K. 

Pardon to John de Marchant the younger of the king's suit for the death 
of Ralph de Guethehou and for a burglary at the house of Alan le Provost 
and of any consequent abjuration by him of the islands of Gernereye, 
Gereseye, Serk and Aureneye. By K. 

The like to Peter Norclest of the isle of Gernereye and Joan his wife for 
the larceny of a cloak of peach colour of the price of 20^/., an axe and a 
mallet, of the price of 5f/., a sword of the price of 4r/., and a sack of the price 
of 2f/., in the castle of Cornet in St. Peter Port, for which they were arrested 
by Thomas, porter of the said castle, and committed to the prison of the 
castle, from which prison they broke and fled to the church of St. Mary du 
Chastiel and abjured the said islands, for breaking the said prison, and of 
their said abjuration. By K. on the information of W. de Ayremynne. 

Pardon to Robert Anlek of the island of Gereseye for the death of Joan, 
daughter of Ralph Hamond, on his petition showing that, as he was passing 
through the town ' of Haumouns, he threw a stone at a dog that was 
following to bite him, and the stone by accident struck the said Joan and 
killed her, on account of which death he fled to the church of the priory of 
St. Helier's Island, and abjured the said islands ; and of such abjuration. 

By K. 

Protection for one year for Tuder ap Lewelyn, who lately came to the 
king on business touching himself, his brothers and kin, now returning 
home. 

Safe-conduct during pleasure for Master Hugh de Ingolisma, sacristan 
of the church of Narbonne, nuncio of Pope John XXII to England, 
Ireland and Wales, and for his sub-collectors and ministers. By K. 

Protection with clause nolnmus, for three years, for the said Master 
Hugh, prebendary of Rycale in the church of St. Peter, York, and of 
Kyngesdalham in the church of St. Paul, London. By K. 

Protection until the Nativity of St. Mary for Robert de Pratellis, John 
Lostiger, Wictan de Montegny, Geoffrey Tyoun, John Roulepot, Adam 
Jolyf, John Dagurnel, and William Dabemont, born of the power of the 
king of France, going to those parts. ^y K. 

Protection with clause volumus for one year, for Peter de Uvedale, going 
to the duchy of Aquitaine on the king's service. By K. 

The like for John Ryvet, going in his company. 

By testimony of Richard Damory, steward of the Household. 

Licence for the alienation in mortmain by Robert de Farendon to the 
abbot and convent of Middelton of a rent of lOO-s. a year issuing out of a 
messuage and 4 virgates of land in Upsideling which John Basset holds for 
life, and of the reversion of the messuage and land after the death of the 
said John, to find a monk as a chaplain to celebrate divine service daily m 



3217 



B 



18 



CALENDAR OF PATENT ROLLS. 



1324. 



Aug:. 6. 

Guiiclfoid. 



Aug. 6. 

Guildford. 



Aug. 10. 

Henley. 

Aug. 20. 
Westminster, 



Aug. 19. 

Westminster, 



Mrmhranr 28 — rant. 

the chapel of St. Mary, Middelton, as well during the lifetime of the said 
John as after his death, for the soul of the said Robert and the souls of his 
ancestors and all the faithful departed. By fine of 12 marks. Dorset. 

The like by Ingelram Berenger to the prioress and convent of Ambresbury 
of the advowson of the church of La Whiteparisshe, Aldredeston, to find 
two chaplains to celebrate divine service daily in the parish church of 
Shipton, by Lotegershale, and in the chapel of Surdington in the 
said parish, for his good estate, for his soul when he is dead, and for the 
souls of his ancestors and all the faithful departed, to wit, to each chaplain 
5 marks ; licence also for the prioress and convent to appropriate the church. 

By fine of 40 marks. Southampton. 

Protection with clause nolumus, for one year, for Philip de Marsenleng, 
parson of the church of Swanescomp, a Franciscan, dwelling by the king's 
licence with Mary, countess of Pembroke. By K. 

The like for the following also dwelling with her : — 

Baudettus de Jestre and Poier his brother, Giles le Faukener, James 

le Joevene, Henry le Bretoun, and Matthew de Luchen, Franciscans. 

Huninus le Taillour, Eustace de Boys, John le Oyselour, John Remond, 

Walter Ruset, Jacominus Hulot, Hervey Harras, Mauselinus Margot, 

Raymond de Legoy, and Stephen de Bus, Franciscans. 

Safe-conduct, until Michaelmas, for bearers of the king's goods from 
London to Plymouth. By K. 

Presentation of John Yongwyne to the church of St. Peter the Great, 
Chichester; directed to Master Henry de Gerlaund, dean of the church of 
the Holy Trinity, Chichester. 

Protection with clause volumm for one year for George de Brightmerston , 
going to the duchy on the king's service with Oliver de Ingham. 

By K. on the information of W. de Ayremynne. 



Aug. 18. 
Westminster. 



MEMBRANE 27. 

Aug. 16. Writ of aid for one year, for Hugh de Beurepeyr, king's Serjeant, charged 

Westminster, by the steward of the Household and the keeper of the Wardrobe, to purvey 

hay, oats and litter for the king's horses. By K. 

Protection, for one year, for Robert de Musgrave, burgess of Newcastle 
on Tyne, who has the king's licence to send wine and victuals to Scotland 
to make his profit of there ; and his servants going with these. By K. 

Grant to Thomas son of Thomas de Therfeld of Lenne, of the office of 
controller of the custom of wool, viz. the ancient custom and the increment, 
and of other customs on wine, goods of strangers and aliens, in the port 
of Boston, to hold during pleasure, receiving as much as former controllers 
of the ancient custom received. By C. 

Mandate to William de Preston to deliver to him the said office with the 
piece of the king's seal and other things belonging thereto. 

The like to John de Tumby and Robert Butte, collectors of the said 
customs, to deliver to him the office with all things pertaining to the same. 

Memorandum that the said Thomas came into the chancery at Westminster 
on the same 18 August and gave that court to understand that the said 
William was not attending to the said office, as he ought, whereby the office 



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1324. 



Aug. 17. 
Westminster. 



Aug. 19. 
Westminster. 



Aug. 18. 

Westminster. 



Aug. 18. 
Westminster. 



Aug. 20. 
Westminster. 

Aug. 16. 

Westminster. 



Aug. 20. 
Westminster. 



Aug. 18. 

Westminster. 



Aug. 29. 
Battle. 

Aug. 16. 
Westminster. 



Aug. 29. 
Battle. 

Aug. 30. 
Pevensey. 



Membrane 27 — cont. 

was committed to the said Thomas on the understanding that if it should 
appear hereafter that William was attending to the office as he ought, 
Thomas should be removed and the office committed to William according 
to the tenor of the king's former commission to him. 

Acknowledgement of the receipt from Robert de Raumvill and Richard 
le Porter, aldermen of the town of Porcestre, and keepers of the king's 
prison of that town, by the hands of Hugh le Despenser the younger, late 
keeper of the castle and town, of 100,9. wherein they were bound to the king 
for the evasion of John de Wynkaulton, indicted of a trespass of venison 
in the forest of Wyndesore, and of the death of a man ; and imprisoned 
there on that account ; and neither they or the township of Porcestre or 
any other persons are to be molested on this charge. By K. 

Presentation of Richard de Wynneferthing to the church of Sutton, in 
the diocese of Canterbury, in the king's gift by reason of the lands late of 
Aymer de Valencia, earl of Pembroke, deceased, being in his hands. 

ByK. 

Writ of aid, until Michaelmas, for John le Smale, king's clerk, appointed 
by the king to make divers purveyances in the counties of Wilts, South- 
ampton, Somerset and Dorset, to be paid for in the Wardrobe. By K. 

Protection for Richard de Ely, citizen and merchant of London, going 
with two ships, one called La Cogt/e Seint Marie of Bristol, the other TJie 
ship of S\ Peter of Hamel, laden with salt and other goods, and now lying 
in the port of Portesmuth, from Portesmuth to London. 

Simple protection in Ireland, for one year, for William Wafre staying in 
England. 

Licence for the alienation in mortmain to the abbot and convent of 
Certeseye by Charles de Conductu, parson of the church of Colesdon, of 
171 acres, 1 rood, of land, and 1 rood of wood in Colesdon ; by Walter de 
Clerkenewelle, chaplain, of 4 acres of meadow in Sutton, held of the abbey, 
of the value of 46s. ll^d. as appears by inquisition made by William de 
Weston, escheator in the counties of Surrey, Sussex, Kent, Middlesex and 
London ; in part satisfaction of their licence to acquire land and rent to the 
value of 501. a year. 

Gerard de Byole, burgess of Southampton, going to the duchy, has 
letters nominating Gerard de Ruffynak and Arnald de Ispania his attorneys 
for one year. 

Simple protection for one year for Philip Sapiti de Florencia, parson of 

the church of Meriet. ^V ^^• 

The like for Simon Sapiti de Florencia, parson of the church of Eglesclif . 

Presentation of William de Hikelyng to the church of Langebergh, in 
the diocese of Worcester. -^y P*^- 

Protection with clause noluinm for one year, tor Thomas de Cotingham, 
parson of the church of Plumpsted by Baconesthorp. 

The like for the following : — 

John de Norton, parson of the church of Great Bradeleye. 

Margaret late the wife of John de Nevill. 



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CALENDAR OF PATENT ROLLS. 



1324. 

Aug. 30. 

Pevensey. 

Sept. 1. 
Pevensey. 

Aug. 2:-^. 

Tonbridife. 



Aug. 2L 
Westmin^tt-r, 



Aug. 23. 
Tonbridge. 



Aug. 27. 
Roberts- 
bridge. 



Aug. 29. 
Battle. 



Aug. 29. 
Battle. 



Membrane 6 — cnnt. 
Master Ralph de Holebech, canon of Lichefeld, for two years. 

James de Aquamundula, proctor of cardinal Gauselin, for one year. 

Safe-conduct for one year for Ferrand de Castro Dordialis, master of a 
ship called Tlte SJdp of St. Mari/ de Castro, and for the merchants, mariners 
and others of the power of the king of Spain, coming to the realm with 
their ships and goods. By p.s. 

Protection, for one year, unless in the meantime the king orders otherwise, 
for Peter, abbot of Rewley by Oxford, born of France, who has found 
security that he will not leave the realm without licence, going to divers 
counties on the business of himself and the abbey. By K. 

Pardon to .John le Clerk of Northhall for acquiring in fee from John son 
of Jordan le Noreys of Buntyngford, and Alesia his wife, two shops in 
Westminster, and from Thomas Seman one shop there held in chief and 
entering therein without licence ; and licence for him to retain the same. 

Appointment of William de Felton, king's yeoman, to select and array 
all the fencible men of the parts of Tyndale, and to lead them to the king 
on due notice. [Pari. FFnt.s-.] By p.s. 

Writ of aid for him. [Ibid.] By p.s. 

Writ of aid, for one year, for Peter de Monte Pesulano, king's Serjeant, 
purveying spicery and other things belonging to that ofHce, and carrying 
the same to divers places. 

Protection, until Christmas, for Christiana late the wife of Ingelram de 
Gynes and Ingelram de Couchi, knight, going to Scotland on the affairs of 
Christiana, and for the men of her household and their horses to the number 
of 40. By p.s. 



Sept. 12. 

Porchester. 



Sept. 12. 

Porchester, 



Sept. 12. 

Poroheater, 



MEMBRANE 26. 

John de Leyburn, going to Gascony on the king's service, has letters 
nominating William de Boyton his attorney for one year. 

By bill of the Treasurer. 

The following have the like : — 

John de Verdon, nominating the said William. 

Thomas de Verdon, nominating the same. By bill of the Treasurer. 

Protection with clause coIidhhs for one year for Stephen de Segrave, 
going with John de Segrave to the duchy of Aquitaine on the king's 
service. By testimony of the said John. 

Protection with clause nolumua, for one year, for John de Wamberge, 
parson of the church of Bokeland. 

The like for the following : — 
The prior of Henton. 
Reyner du Boys ' Lumbard.' 
John Brabazon of Florence. 

Robert de Kelleseye, parson of the church of Exton, 
The abbot qf Beaulieu Regis. 
John de Stanton. 



18 EDWARD 11, 



ART 



1. 



21 



1324. 
Sept. 14. 

Pori'liester. 

Sept. 15. 
Porchester. 

Sept. 16. 
Porchester. 

Sept. 17. 
Porchester. 



Sept. 6. 

Orfold in 

\Visborough 

{Ourcfohl). 



Sept. 11. 
Porchester. 



Sept. 5. 
Chesworth. 



Sept. 5. 
Chesworth. 



Sept. 9. 

Porchester. 

Sept. 1. 
Bramber. 



Sept. 16. 
Porchester. 



Sept. 3. 
Bramber. 



Membrane 20 — eo)it. 
The dean and chapter of St. Andrew's, Wells, 

Alexander de Fryvill. 

William de Loppedell, parson of the church of Selesye. 

The prior of Hamele. 
The prior of Andewell. 

John de Haverhnll, parson of Houeden. 

Peter de Aubnry, parson of Gussich St. Michael. 

Pardon to William de Henle, of his outlawry in the city of London for 
non-appearance before the king to satisfy him of what pertained to him 
because the said William was convicted by an inquisition on which he put 
himself on a plea of trespass brought in the king's Bench against him by 
Thomas Wastell ; on condition that he surrender to the Marshalsea of the 
King's Bench and satisfy Thomas of his damages. By p.s. 

Mandate to the justiciary of Ireland to deliver the temporalities of the 
bishopric of Connor to James, late bishop of Annaghdown, preferred to be 
bishop thereof by letters patent of J. the Pope ; the said James having 
renounced all words in the said letters prejudicial to the crown and 
acknowledged himself to be willing to receive the temporalities thereof of 
the king's livery and special grace ; and the king having accepted the said 
preferment, taken his fealty and restored to him the temporalities. By K. 

W^-it de intend e)ulo directed to the tenants. By K. 

Grant for life to William de Brewosa of 70/. yearly by the hands of the 
sheriffs of London out of the farm of the city, in return for the castle and 
town of Brembre and the town of Shorham extended at that amount, 
which he has granted to the king for that term. By p.s. 



Whereas Otto de Grandisono, who 
Jereseye, Serk and Aureneye, for life 
withdrawn from them, whereby their 
especially now that the king of France i 
subjects by war, and the king has, there 
be keeper of those islands, during his 
commands all castellans and keepers of 
men to enter and stay in these, and to 
concerns the safe keeping of the same. 



holds the islands of Gernereye, 

of the demise of Edward I, has 

safe keeping is in great danger, 

s trying to harass the king and his 

fore appointed John de Clyvedon to 

pleasure, under the said Otto ; he 

castles there to permit him and his 

be attending unto him in all that 

By p.s. 



Pardon to Margery late the wife of Robert Lewer for having been lately 
in rebellion against the king. By K. 

Presentation of Elias de Grymesby to the church of Ryshangles, in the 
diocese of Norwich, in the king's gift by reason of his custody of the land 
and heir of Thomas de Hykeling, tenant in chief. 

Grant to Ralph de Cammoys of the marriage of the son and heir of Ralph, 
late baron of Craystok, tenant in chief, to the use of Katherine his 
daughter. By K. 

Grant to Robert de Dunham, chaplain, of the wardenship during pleasure 
of the hospital of St. James without Westminster. By p.s. 

Writ de intendendo to the brethren and sisters thereof. 



CALENDAR OF PATENT ROLLS. 



1324. 

Sept. 17. 
Porchester. 



Sept. 10. 
Porchester. 



Sept. 18. 
Porchesiter. 

Sept. 18. 
Porchester. 



Sept. 19. 
Porchester. 



Sept. 17. 
Porchester, 

Sept. 16. 
Porchester. 



Sept. 19. 
Porchester. 

Sept. 20. 
Porchester. 



Membrane 2G — cout. 

Pardon to John de Yerdeburgh for acquiring for life from Philip de Kyme 
10 marks of rent in Stalyngburgh, held in chief without obtaining the 
king's licence ; and restitution to him of the same, which had been taken 
into the king's hands by Matthew Broun, escheator in the county of Lincoln, 
on account of the trespass. By fine of 100s. Lincoln. 

Safe conduct, until Easter, for John de London, going beyond the seas. 

ByK. 
The like for Robert de Eboraco. By K. 

Pardon to Edmund Gascelyn, of waste done by him in the woods of the 
manor of Wroxhale, which he holds for life of the king's gift. By p.s. 

Respite, until All Saints, at the request of J. bishop of Winchester, to 
John de Warblyngton of the county of Southampton, from taking the arms 
of a knight. By p.s. 

The like, upon like request, to the following : — 
John de Roches 
Richard de Wyncestre 
Robert de Popham 



John de Basing 



of the county of Southampton. 

By divers writs of p.s. 

The like, until a year after Michaelmas, to Philip de Hardeshull. 

By [K.] on the information of W. de Ayremynne. 

The like until Easter, at the request of Thomas earl of Norfolk and 

marshal of England, to Simon de Felbrigg. By K. 

The like, until All Saints, to Thomas de Marlebergh. By p.s. 

The like, during pleasure, to Robert de Hungerford. 

By K. on the information of W. de Ayremynne. 

Safe-conduct, until the Purification, for Peter Jacobi, envoy and proctor 
of certain men and merchants of the realm of Majorca, coming to the 
realm. By K. 

Protection with clause iioliunus^ for one year, for Stephen de Segrave. 

Respite, until All Saints, at the request of John le Smale, king's clerk, 
to Peter Rabayn from taking the arms of a knight. By K. 

Promise to William de Henle that in addition to the sum of money 
wherein the king is bound to him for the manor of Henle and other lands 
whereof he has enfeoffed him, the king will provide him with the marriage 
of a male heir of the value of 100 marks a year, before next Christmas, for 
one of his daughters. By K. 

Writ of aid, until Easter, for William de Lauvare, king's serjeant, charged 
by the Steward of the Household and the Keeper of the Wardrobe to make 
purveyances for the pantry and buttery. 



Sept. 18. 
Porchester 



MEMBRANE 25. 



Grant, during pleasure, to Ingelram Berenger of the office of the 
stewardship of the forest of Blakemor. 

By K. on the information of W\ de Ayremynne. 



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23 



1324. 

Sept. 18. 
Porchester. 



Sept. 18. 
Porchester. 



Sept. 4. 
Chesworth. 



Sept. 21. 
Porchester. 



Sept. 19. 
Porchester. 



Sept. 20. 
Porchester. 



Sept. 23. 
Porchester. 



Sept. 24. 
Porchester. 



Sept. 25. 
Porchester. 



Sept. 28. 
Porchester. 



Membrane 25 — cont. 

Presentation of Henry de Lym to the church of Neweton, in the diocese 
of Winchester, in the king's gift by reason of the lands late of Aymer de 
Valencia, earl of Pembroke, tenant in chief, being in his hands. By K. 

Commission of oyer and terminer to William de Cusaunce, William de 
Gorton and Robert de Tangele touching the account of Richard de Byfiet, 
for the time that he was bailiff of Edward, earl of Chester, the king's son, of 
the castle of Caresbrok, in the Isle of Wight, and of other lands belonging 
thereto, rendered before Thomas de Cantebrigge, and Nicholas de Hugate, 
as the king is informed that there are divers concealments therein. 

By K. and C. 

Respite, for this time, to Stephen le Power, who is attendant upon the 
king's business, from taking the arms of a knight notwithstanding that he 
has land and rent to the value of 40?. a year. By p.s. 

Grant during pleasure to William Pench of the office of sealing sarplars 
of wool in the port of London, he taking in the office yearly as much as his 
predecessors. By K. on the information of William de Ayremynne. 

Protection with clause nohimus, for one year, for Peter Botoyr, merchant 
and burgess of Welles, born of the power of the king of France, he having 
found sufficient security for his good behaviour, and that he will not take 
his goods or himself to foreign parts without licence. 



General pardon to John de Piry of Somerset. 

The like to the following : — 
John del Cophous. 
John de Toucestre. 
Simon de Redyng. 
Richard de Merword. 
John Cok. 



ByK. 



By K. 
By K. 
ByK. 
ByK. 
ByK. 

Safe-conduct for one year for the six envoys whom Robert de Brus is 
about to send, in addition to the bishop of St. Andrew's and Thomas 
Randolf, earl of Murreef, to treat of a final peace between him and the 
king and their households to the number of sixty horsemen, their servants, 
grooms, horses, harness, and other goods. By K. 

Memorandum that safe-conducts previously made to the bishop and earl 
were renewed for the same period, as appears above on 15 July. [Fcedera.] 

Licence, until Easter, for Thomas Daulyn, burgess of Newcastle-upon- 
Tyne, to send in his ship wine, victuals and other merchandise, except 
horses at arms, armour, steel, iron and other such things to Scotland to 
trade with. By K. 

Protection with clause volumiis, until Easter, for Robert Beudyn, admiral 
of the Fleet in the western parts, staying at sea on the king's service. 

ByK. 
The like for Walter de Appelby, to stay in his company. 

By testimony of Robert. 
The like for the following : — 
Richard atte Wose of Gravesende | ^ testimony of Robert. 

John de Goldeneye j 

Richard Wyriot. By testimony of Robert. 

Peter Daulard and William Daulard. By testimony of Robert. 



21 



CALENDAR OF PATENT ROLLS. 



1324. 
Sept. 23. 
rorchester. 

Sept. 24. 
Porchester. 



Sept. 27. 
Pol•che^te^^ 



Membrane 25 — co)(t. 

Protection and safe-conduct until Whitsunday, for Roger de Pauside, a 
Scot, coming twice to the reahn, with two horsemen on business. By K. 

Grant during pleasure to William de Preston, king's clerk, of the office 
of controller of the custom on wool, viz. the ancient custom and the 
increment thereof and other customs on wine and other goods of merchants 
strangers and aliens, and the custody of one part of the king's seal called 
'coket' in the custody of John de Tumby, in the port of Boston; he taking 
m the otiice as much as others controllers of the ancient custom used to 
receive. By p.s. 

Mandate to Thomas son of Thomas de Therfeld of Lenne to deliver the 
office to him. 

The like to the said John de Tumby, one of the collectors of the said 
custom in the said port, to deliver the said office to him with the said piece 
of seal. 



Pardon to John Wolmar of London of his rebellion. 



ByK. 



MEMBRANE 24. 

Sept. 19. Grant to Master Robert de Baldok, archdeacon of Middlesex, of the 

Porchestor. prebend of Yatton in the church of W^ells in the king's gift by reason of the 

late voidance of the bishopric of Bath and W^ells in the time of Edward I. 

By p.s. 
Mandate in pursuance to J. bishop of Bath and Wells. 

Sept. 2L Safe-conduct, until St. Luke the Evangelist, for Robert de Holden, king's 

Porchester. clerk, whom the king is sending to London on his business. By K. 

Sept. 22. Robert de Burgo and Alan de Sancto Botulpho, monks of St. Guthlac's, 
Porchester. Croylond, bringing news of the cession of Simon de Luffenham, deceased, 
have letters for the prior and convent of licence to elect. 

By K. on the information of W. de Ayremynne. 

Sept. 22. Protection with clause iiolumus, for one year, for Margery Haplove of 
Porchester. Louth. 

The like for the following : — 
Sept. 20. The abbot of Letteleye. 

Porchester. 

Sept. 24. The abbot of Tichefeld, in his manors of Tychefeld, Walleword, 

Porchester. Porcestre, Cornhampton, Ingepenne, Nywelond, Sw^anewyk, Posse- 

brok, Legh, Mirabel and Cadelond. 

Sept. 26. The prior of Christchurch Twynham. 

Porchester. 

Sept. 20. Protection with clause voliimus, for one year, for John son of Simon de 

Porchester. Segrave, going to Gascony with John de Segrave, the elder, on the king's 

service. By testimony of the said John. 

The like for Peter de Uvedale, going to Gascony on the king's service. 

ByK. 

Sept. 20. The like for Thomas le Latimer 'Bouchard,' going to Aquitainc on the 
Porchester. king's service. By testimony of the Steward of the Household. 

The said Thomas has letters nominating William de Langeden 
'chapellayn ' his attorney for the same time. 



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25 



1324 



Sept. 20. 
Porcliofcter. 



Sept. 22. 
Porchester, 



Sept. 22. 
Porchester. 



By testimony of the steward. 



Sept. 22. 
Porchester. 



Mcnthrane 24 — cont. 

Protection with clause voliiiuiix for one year for Henry de Bray of 
Charwelton, going with the said Thomas. 

By testimony of the said steward. 

The liive to the following also going : — 
Thomas Wale. \ 

John Murdak. 
Thomas de Whitacre 
William le Latimer. 
The like for Warin le Latimer going to the duchy of Aquitaine on the 
king's service. By like testimony. 

The like for Laurence le Yonge, going with the said Warin. 

]^y like testimony. 

Pardon to John Randolf and Joan his wife for entering without licence 
into a messuage, 2^ virgates of land and 10 acres of pasture in Congresbury 
held in chief, granted to them for their lives by James (.stV;), bishop of Bath 
and Wells, to hold of him and his successors by the rent of 45.s'. 2cZ. a year 
with a condition that if either of them die within thirty years, the survivor 
may lease the premises to whomsoever he will for the remainder of the 
thirty years at the above rent ; and licence for them to retain the same. 

By fine of 40.s. Somerset. 

Safe-conduct for Robert de Wodehous, keeper of the wardrobe, and 
Oliver de Burdegala, whom the king is sending to London for things to 

take to the castle of [unfinished] . 

Vacated. 

Appointment of John de Stykeneye and John de la Gotere to purvey at 
the instant fair of Boston 10 thousands of ' stokfissh' and ' screyfissh.' 

By K. 

Commission, during pleasure, to Thomas de Sandwyco and Henry de 
Goshale to be keepers of the town and port of Sandwich, and of the coast 
as far as Dover, during the absence of the fleet of the Cinque Ports, which 
was summoned to be at Portsmouth by Monday after the Nativity of 
St. Mary last to resist the king of France in the duchy of Aquitaine as in 
the said port on account of its ample size a very large number of vessels 
can put in at the same time and this is a danger to the town and the 
adjacent parts. By K. 

Writ de intemlendo to the wardens of the ports and coast of Kent by 
themselves, the mayor, barons, good men and commonalty of the said town 
by themselves, and to knights and others of the coast between Dover and 
Sandwich. \_Fcedera.'] 

Appointment of Ralph de Sancto Laurencio to be keeper, during pleasure, 
of the town of Stonore, in the entrance to the isle of Thanet. By K. 



MEMBRANE 23. 



Aug. 24. Protection with clause rogamus, for three years, for the master and 

Tonbridge. brethren of the hospital of St. Bartholomew, Smethefeld, London, 

collecting alms once a year in churches pursuant to an indult of the pope. 

The king's baihfts are to arrest any persons falsely representing themselves 

to be their proctors and collecting alms in their name. 



26 



CALENDAR OF PATENT ROLLS. 



1324. 

Sept. 28. 
Battle. 

Sept. 27. 

Eobeits- 

bridge. 



Membrane 23 — co7it. 

Safe-conduct, until Michaelmas, for the bearers of these letters by whom 
the king is sending certain things from London to Plymmuth. By p.s. 

Appointment, during pleasure, of Nicholas Fastolf as chief justice of the 
pleas following the justiciary of Ireland, with the usual fee. By p.s. 

Mandate to John Darcy, justiciary of Ireland, to admit him. 

Appointment, during pleasure, of Walter Wogan, as second justice of the 
said pleas. By p.s. 

Mandate to the said Nicholas to admit him. 

Appointment, during pleasure, of Henry de Hambury as justice of the 
bench of ])ublin, in the place of Richard le Blound. By p.s. 

Mandate to the justices of the Bench, Dublin, to admit him. 

Appointment, during pleasure, of Roger de Birthorp in the place of 
Robert Bagod. 
Mandate as above. 

Sept. 6. Protection with clause volumus, for one year, for Nicholas de Hugate, 

Porchester. provost of St. John's, Beverley, going beyond the seas on the king's service. 
He has letters nominating Richard de Wetewang his attorney for the 
same time. 



Sept. 27. 

Koberts- 

biidue. 



Sept. 1. 
Fevensey. 



Aug. 31. 
Pevensey. 



Sept. 1. 
Pevensey. 



Sept. 8. 
Porchester. 

Sept. 26. 
Porchester. 



Aug. 30. 
Pevensey. 



Protection with clause volumiis, for one year, for Nicholas Fastolf going 
to Ireland on the king's service. 

He has letters nominating attorneys in England for three years. 

Protection with clause nolumus, for one year, for Master Adam de 
Ayremynne, parson of the church of Geyrgrave, constantly attendant upon 
the king's service. 

The like for the following : — 

Henry de Edenestowe, parson of the church of Flintham, constantly 

attendant on the king's service. 
Benedict Junctini, clerk. 

John de Eston, parson of the church of Burghton. 

Michael de Drokenesford, parson of the church of Drokenesford. 

John de Dorham. 

The abbot of Thichefeld, in his manors of Thichefeld, Walleworth, 

Porcestre, Cornhampton, Ingepenn, Nywelond, Swanewyk, Posse- 

brok, Legh, Mirabel and Cadelond. 

Commission during pleasure to William de Echyngham to be warden of 
the town and port of Wynchelse, co. Sussex, in which on account of its size 
several vessels can land at once, in the absence of the fleet of the Cinque 
Ports as above. By p.s. 

Writ of aid directed to the keepers of the ports and coast of Sussex, by 
themselves, the mayor, barons, good men and commonalty of the said town 
by themselves, and the knights, bailiffs and others of the parts adjoining 
by themselves. 

The like to Edmund de Passeleye to be warden of the town and port of 
la Rye. By the same p.s. 

Like mandate. 



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27 



1324. 

Sept. 30. 
Porchester. 



May 23. 

Westuiinster. 



Sept. 7. 
Petworth, 



Sept. 6. 
Oifold. 



Sept. 12. 
Porchester. 

Sept. 12. 
Porchester. 



Sept. 16. 
Porchester. 



Membrane 23 — ront. 

Grant to Hugh le Despenser, earl of Winchester, that, whereas the king 
has committed to him the keeping of the forest on this side Trent, for life, 
with 100/. a year for his fee, he may retain the 100/. a year which he owes 
at the exchequer for the manor of Lichelade, held by him at fee farm, in 
compensation of that amount. By K. 

Grant to Edmund, earl of Kent, the king's brother, to whom the king 
lately granted the manor of Lifton, co. Devon, of the fines, ransoms, 
amercements, issues, forfeit and whatever belongs to the king of those 
convicted before John de Bures, Robert de Stokheye and John de la Fosse, 
justices of oyer and terminer touching the persons who cut down trees in 
the king's parks and woods of Lifton and assaulted the king's men and 
bailifis there, before the said grant. By K. 

Vacated because in the seventeenth year under the same date. 

Commission to Thomas le Botiller and William Walsh of Wolvestrop 
to select 300 foot archers in the forest of Dene, Berkeleyhirnes and elsewhere 
in the county of Gloucester, and the said William to be their leader to 
Portesmuth, by Monday after St. Matthew to go thence at the king's wages 
against the king of France, in the duchy of Aquitaine, in the place of 
William Tracy and Robert Seliman, lately appointed for this, who cannot 
attend to the business. [Pari. Writs.] 

Grant, during pleasure, to Griffin Vaghan of the custody of the launds 
in the park of Claryngdon, with the usual wages. By p.s. 

Mandate in pursuance to Walter Gacelyn, keeper of the manor of 
Claryngdon, or his lieutenant, for livery of the manor and payment of the 
wages. 

Grant to the bailiffs and goodmen of the town of Whitechirche of pavage 
for three years. By K. on the information of William de Ayremynne. 

Protection with clause nolnmus for one year for Robert de Swynburne, 
gone to the duchy of Aquitaine on the king's service. By K. 

He has letters nominating Thomas de Swynburne his attorney for the 
same time. By K. 

Protection with clause voliunus, for one year, for Henry de Swynburne, 
who has gone to Aquitaine with the said Robert. By testimony of Robert. 

Protection with clause volnmus for one year for the following, who have 
also gone with the said Robert : — 

Robert son of Robert de Swynburne. 

Thomas de Blencamshep. By testimony of Robert. 

The like for one year for John de Clyvedon going to the islands of 
Gernereye, Jereseye, Serk and Aureneye, on the king's service. By p.s. 



MEMBRANE 22. 

Sept. 26. Pardon to the prior and convent of St. Radegund's, Langelete, for 

Porchester. acquiring in mortmain from Robert le Bor, without the king's licence, 
pasture for 2 affers, 8 oxen, 12 swine and 262 sheep, in Estcodeford, 
towards the maintenance of four chaplains celebrating divine service daily 
in the chapel of Holy Trinity, Hulledeverell, for the souls of Edward I 
the said Robert, his ancestors and heirs and all the faithful departed. 

By fine of 206-. 



2« 



CALENDAR OF PATENT ROLLS. 



1324. 



Sept. 26. 
Porchester. 



Sept. 28. 
Porehester. 



Sept. 22. 
Porehester, 



Sept. 30. 
Porehester. 



Sept. 27. 
Porehester. 



Sept. 28. 
Porehester. 



Sept. 28. 
Porehester. 



Membrane 22 — cont. 

Pardon to Robert Russel of Codeford and Ellen his wife, for acquiring m 
fee from Oliver de Ingham a messuage and a virgate of land in Estcode- 
ford, held in chief, and entering therein without licence ; and licence for 
them to retain the same. By fine of 20.s. Wilts. 

Pardon to John Serich for acquiring in fee from Oliver de Ingham three 
messuages and two virgates of land in Estcodeford, held in chief, and 
entering therein without licence ; and licence for him to retain the same. 

By fine of 4:0s. 

Presentation of William de North well to the church of Possewyk, in the 
diocese of Norwich, in the king's gift by reason of the lands late of Aymer 
de Valencia, earl of Pembroke, being in his hands. By K. 

Inspeximus of a charter of Richard, sometime count of Poitou and earl of 
Comw^all, granting to Sir Odo de Treverbyn and his heirs that his borough 
of Porbican be a free borough and the burgesses thereof be quit of all 
customs, and may buy and sell in all markets and fairs throughout the 
county of Cornwall ; also that if anyone reside a year and a day wdthin the 
said borough, without challenge according to the law of other free burgesses, 
he shall remain quit of all naifty and servitude ; granting also a market 
every Wednesday and a fair once a year on the eve, day and morrow of 
^lichaelmas, the said Odo and his heirs to take all issues and profits 
belonging to the said fair, saving everywhere the pleas that belong to the 
crown. Witnesses : — Hugh de Sancto Phileberto, Ralph de Sulling, 
R[obert] son of William, Walter son of William, Richard de Kildard, Auger 
de Tregorioz and many others ; and confirmation thereof to Roger Pridiaux 
and Elizabeth his wife, kinswoman and one of the heirs of the said Odo, 
John Dauney and Sibyl his wife, kinswoman and the other heir of the said 
Odo, and the heirs of the said Elizabeth and Sibyl, as the said Roger, 
Elizabeth, John and Sibyl and the ancestors of the said Elizabeth and 
Sibyl have enjoyed the same since the date of the said charter. 

By fine of i marks. 

Protection, for one year, for William de Willardby, who is suing for the 
king by divers writs against William le Cartere and Robert de Helperthorp 
and other persons of the town of Scardeburgh for trespasses and contempts 
against the king and his ministers at Scardeburgh. By K. 

Protection with clause volunim, for one year, for Alan de Bokeselle, going 
to the duchy on the king's service. 

By testimony of the Steward of the Household. 

The like for the following going with him : — 
Robert le Hore. 
Thomas de Bokeselle. ' By testimony of the steward. 

Appointment of Stephen Alard as captain and admiral of the fleet from 
the mouth of Thames westwards, as well of the Cinque Ports as of other 
ports, until the return of Robert Beudyn, captain and admiral of that fleet, 
who is going to the duchy on the king's service. 

Writ de intendendo to the masters, mariners and others of the said fleet. 
[Pari. Writs.] 

Appointment, until Christmas, of Robert son of Gervase Alard and 
Thomas de Maydenstan, to select men for the equipment of the said fleet. 

ByK. 



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29 



1324. 

Oct. 8. 

Guildford. 



Oct. 15. 

Sheen. 



Oct. 4. 
Porchester. 



Sept. 19. 
Porchester. 



Monhraiif 22 — rout. 

Presentation of Elias de Grymesby to the church of Westbradenham, in 
the diocese of Norwich, in the king's gift by reason of his custody of the 
land and heir of Thomas de Gaily, tenant in chief. 

The like to Henry de Ehnham to the church of Ryshangles, in the diocese 
of Norwich, in the king's gift by reason of his custody of the land and heir 
of Thomas de Hykeling, tenant in chief. 

Association of Roger de Nowers, in the place of Robert Fitz Elys who 
cannot attend, with Robert de Ardern, lately appointed [19 Sept.] to array 
400 footmen in the county of Oxford. French. [Pari. Writs.] By p.s. 

The like of John de Harcurt in the place of the said Robert de Ardern. 

The like of John de Bures, in the place of Matthew de Clyvedon, with 
William de Weyland, to array in the county of Somerset, except the cities 
of Bath and Welles, 880 footmen. Fre?ich. [Pari. WrUs.] V>y K. 

The like of Thomas de Bavent, in the place of Robert de Aspale, with 
John de Whelnetham, to array in the county of Suffolk, except the towns 
of Gippewiz and St. Edmunds, 640 footmen. French. [Pari. Writs.] 

ByK. 



Sept. 19. 
Porchester. 



MEMBRANE 21. 

Commission to Stephen de Cobham, Ralph Sauvage, Henry de Cobham 
and Henry de Goshale, in the county of Kent, setting forth that whereas 
the king by commission of 6 August [p. 10] appointed them to select 1,040 
footmen in the county of Kent, he is now given to understand that they have 
exceeded the powers of their commission by levying a great sum of money 
to be expended by themselves in providing armour, assessing the clergy to 
find men at arms, and in other ways, and that to remedy this grievance 
it has been ordained by the king and council that the purveyance of 
haubergeons and plate armour shall cease for the present and the whole of 
the 1,040 men be armed with haketons, bacinets, gauntlets of steel or 
whalebone and other arms fitting for foot soldiers. The array is to be 
made by the commissioners associating with themselves two sufficient men 
of every hundred, by whom the number of men is to be apportioned 
amongst the hundreds, and then every town is to be assessed according to 
its size and means. Substantial persons are to be chosen in every town 
who are to be sworn to assess the inhabitants thereof and make the pur- 
chases of arms and armour so as to be ready by Martinmas. Any money 
the commissioners have received for the purchase of armour is to be 
restored to the men of the towns. Persons have been appointed to enquire 
into their conduct under the first commission and to hear and determine 
all complaints preferred against them. French. [Pari. Writs.] ByK. 

The like to the commissioners in all the abovementioned counties. 
[Pari. Writs.] 



Sept. 28. 
Porchester, 

Oct. 18. 
Tower of 
London. 



MEMBRANE 20. 

Respite, until the Purification, to Richard de Cogan, of the county of 
Somerset, from taking the arms of a knight. By p.s. 

Protection, with clause volumiis, for one year, for Edmund Haclut, going 
to Gascony on the king's service. 

By testimony of R. Damory, steward of the Household. 



80 



CALENDAR OF PATENT ROLLS. 



1324. 

Sept. 30. 
Porchester, 



Sept. 26. 
Porchester. 

Oct. 4. 

Porchester. 

Oct. 20. 

Tower of 
London. 

Oct. 18. 

Tower of 
London. 

Sept. 30. 
PorcheBter. 



Oct. 16. 
P.yfleet. 

Oct. 3. 

Porchester, 



Oct. 1. 

Porchester 



Oct. 4. 

Porchester. 



Membrane 20 — eont. 
The like for William Cammel, parson of the church of Shalden. 

The like for the following : — 

The master and brethren of the hospital of St. Thomas the Martyr by 

Castebrigg (sir) . 
Simon Ganet, parson of the church of Fakenhamdam. 

The abbot of Tychefeld. 

William de Estenore, parson of the church of St. George, Orcheton. 

The abbot of Glastonbury. 



Elizabeth, late the wife of John de Burgo, staying in England, has letters 
nominating Robert le Blount of Callan and John de Knaresburgh her 
attorneys in Ireland for tw^o years. 

Protection for William de Cusancia, king's clerk, treasurer of Edward 
the king's son, earl of Chester, born of the power of the king of France, 
notwithstanding the late ordinance of the king and Council that the bodies 
of all Frenchmen and others of the power of that king, even though they 
be of the household of the king or his consort, shall be taken and their 
lands and goods seized. By K. 

The like, at the request of the said W^illiam, for the following : — 
Peter de Cusancia, brother of the said William. 
John de Cusancia, prior of Bermundeseie, and W^illiam de Cusancia, 

brothers of the said William, and John de Mate, kinsman of the 

said William. 
Gerard de Cusancia, uncle of the said W^illiam, Master John de Idle, 

chaplain, Peter chaplain of the said Gerard, John Dormauntz and 

William le Burgulon, of the household of the said Gerard. 
Brother James de Cusancia, prior of Pritewell, brother of the said 

William, and Hugh de Cusancia, kinsman of the said William. 

The prior of Little Malverne, staying in England, has letters nominating 
John de Dymok and Henry Lovecok his attorneys in Ireland for two years. 

Pardon to Richard Beaufo for not taking the arms of a knight before 
Michaelmas, according to the proclamatiom, and respite to him therefrom 
until Christmas. . By K. 

Grant to Master Roger de Clisseby, king's clerk, lately appointed during 
pleasure receiver and keeper of the king's money and victuals to be sent to 
Bayonne, of 40 marks a year for such time as he be attendant upon the 
office, to be allowed in his account. By K. 

Whereas lately, on complaint by Martin Peres, merchant of Spain, that 
men of the port of Sandwich had plundered a ship of his on the sea-coast 
of the said port, the king commanded the mayor and bailiffs of the port to 
do justice therein, but they did nothing; the king, considering thai the 
said merchant is an alien and wishing on that account to befriend him, 
enjoined on John Pykeryng, John Panes, Richard Wyberd, Robert 
Noldyn and Simon Godard, men of Sandwich, who had lately come to him 
at his mandate, to make satisfaction to the said merchant by themselves 
and others who committed the trespass, and these made peace with him for 



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81 



1324. 



Sept. 25. 
Porchester. 



Oct. 4. 
Porchester, 



Sept. 4. 
Porchester, 

Oct. 8. 
Guildford. 



Sept. 29. 
Porchester. 



Oct. 16. 

Byfleet. 

Oct. 17. 

Tower of 
London. 

Oct. 15. 

Byfleet. 



Memhrane 20 — cont. 

200 marks, as well for his goods that were carried away as for his damages ; 
and whereas these have prayed the king to compel all those of the port 
who are guilty of the trespass to contribute to the said 200 marks, the 
king commands the mayor and bailiffs to call before them all persons whose 
names are supplied to them by the above John Pykeryng &c. and to 
compel those whom they find guilty to contribute accordingly. By K. 

Protection with clause ml ion us, until Easter, for John Martyn of Sutton, 
staying at sea in the company of Robert Beudyn, admiral of the fleet in 
the western parts. By testimony of the said Robert. 

The like for John Sturmy, admiral of the fleet in the northern parts, 
staying at sea on the king's service. 

The like for the following staying with him : — 

William Hereward, master of a ship called 'la Garlond' of Yarmouth. 
John Treynez, Matthew le Here, Nicholas Godeyhef, and Henry de 
Hauvill. 

Safe-conduct, for one year, for Raymond Willelmi de la Fayr, merchant 
of Gascony, trading in the realm. By K. 

The like, until the Purification, for W. archbishop of York, coming to 
London, by the king's command, to a conference to be held three weeks 
after last Michaelmas by the king, prelates, magnates and the rest of the 
nobles of the realm, and for those with him. By p.s. 

Licence for the alienation in mortmain by John Benge of York, chaplain, 
of a messuage and 58s. of rent in York to a chaplain to celebrate divine 
service daily at the altar of St. Mary, in the church of All Saints, North- 
strete, York, for the soul of the said John, and the souls of his ancestors 
and the faithful departed. By fine of 5 marks. York. 

Bartholomew Dardys, staying in Scotland, has letters nominating 
William Malabre his attorney in Ireland for one year. 

Alan de Boxhull, going to Gascony on the king's service, has the like 
nominating Ralph le Speek and Robert de Mymmynglond for one year. 

Appointment for William de Leycestre to survey the priories and 
religious houses of the land, power or lordship of the king of France in the 
counties of Essex, Hertford, Cambridge, Huntingdon, Buckingham and 
Bedford, and to enquire how many quarters of corn and how many horses, 
oxen and other animals there are there, how many quarters are necessary 
for sowing the lands there, and how many horses, oxen and other animals 
for cultivating the same, what other charges there are upon them, and 
their general state; and to certify the treasurer and barons of the 
Exchequer thereof. ^J ^' a"<^ ^' 



The like for the following in the following counties :— 

( Norfolk. 
Suffolk. 



John de Eggemere 



Edmund de Passele 



Surrey. 
Sussex. 
Kent. 



32 



CALENDAR OF PATENT ROLLS. 



1324. 



Meynbrane 20 — cont. 



William de Holyns 
John de Crosseby 

Master Robert de Ayleston 



Richard de Wotton 



William de Thunneyk 

John de Norton 

The guardians of the said lands. 



Worcester. 
Hereford. 
Salop. 
Stafford. 

j London. 
( Middlesex. 

/ Southampton with the Isle 

of Wi^ht. 
J Wilts. 
I Oxford. 
Berks. 
\ Gloucester, 

Somerset. 
Dorset. 
Devon. 
Cornwall 

Lincoln. 

Northampton. 

Rutland. 

Nottingham. 

Derby. 

York. 

I Northumberland. 

Cumberland. 

Westmoreland. 
, Lancaster. 



MEMBRANE 19. 

Oct. 1. Power to Alexander, archbishop of Dublin, Edmund, earl of Kent, the 

Porchester, king's brother, Ralph Basset of Drayton, seneschal of Gascony, and Master 

William de Weston, canon of Lincoln, doctor of laws, to treat of a marriage 

between Edward, the king's first born son and a daughter of James, king 

of Aragon. [Fop,dera.] By K. 

Appointment of the same as the king's proctors to consent in his name 
to such marriage and to approve of the dower agreed upon and any lawful 
and honourable covenants made on that account. By K. 

Sept. .SO. Safe -conduct, for one year, for Lupus Urtiz, merchant of Vermeo in 

Porchester. Biscaye, and all the masters mariners of ships and other men of the 

said town and of the towns of Vilvau, Leketo, Plencia (Plasencia) and 

Porteugalet in the said land of Biscaye, trading in the realm. By p.s. 

The like for John Juaygnes, master of the ship of St. Peter of Vermeoun, 

and his men, trading. By K. 

Oct. 1. Power to Alexander, archbishop of Dublin, and the above-mentioned 

Porchester. plenipotentiaries to make alliances with certain nobles and other persons 

and commonalties. [Fcedera.] By K. 

The like to the same to make alliances with Raymond Arnaldi de Cauda 

Rasa, William, lord of Andoins {Andoino), Raymond Willelmi, lord of 

Gezerest, Bernard de Bearnio, called ' de Laspes.* [Fmlera.] By K. 



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88 



1324. 

Oct. 5. 

Porchester. 



Oct. 9. 
Guildford. 



Oct. 9. 
VVitley. 



Sept. 24. 
Porchester. 



Oct. 10. 

Guildford. 



Oct. 12. 
Sheen . 



Oct. 14. 
By fleet. 

Oct. 8. 
Guildford. 

Oct. 12. 

Byfleet. 

Oct. 12. 
Byfleet. 



Oct. 14. 

Sheen. 

Sept. 1. 
Pevensey. 



Oct. 17. 
Tower of 
London. 



Oct. 18. 

Tower of 
London. 



Membrane 19 — co)it. 

John tie Chaimdos, canon of Kaermerdyn, bringing news of the resignation 
of Robert, his prior, has letters for the sub-prior and convent of licence to 
elect. By K. 

Signification to H. bishop of Lincoln, of the royal assent to the election 
of Henry de Casewyk, late prior of Croyland, to be abbot of that place. 

By K. on the information of W. de Ayremynne. 

Pardon to William le Forester of Donecastre for the death of Robert 
Cursoun of Donecastre, and of any consequent outlawry. 

By K. on the like information. 

Pardon to Robert de Staynton and Joan his wife for acquiring in tail from 
Thomas de Dokwra a messuage, 10 acres of land and 2 acres of meadow in 
Hoton 'in the Forest,' held in chief, with remainder to the right heirs of 
Robert, and entering therein without licence ; and licence for them to 
retain the same. By fine of 20s. 

Licence for William la Zousche of Haryngworth to grant in fee simple 
to William son of William la Zousche the manors of Eyton, Hoghton and 
Thornbury (sic), co. Bedford, held in chief ; and for him to regrant the same 
to the former for life, with reversion to the said William son of William and 
his heirs. By fine of 201. 

Protection for one year for John de Bruges, parson of the church of 
Upper Hardres, because he is born of Flanders, and the king would not that 
he be disturbed on account of any mandate of arresting men who are of the 
lordship and power of the king of France or taking their lands and goods 
into his hands. 

Protection with clause nolumus, for one year, for David de Tyllebury. 

The like for the following : — 
Henry de Bydyk. 

William de Bordene, parson of the church of Stokebury. 

Appointment of John Inge to survey the lands of the bishopric of 
Hereford, which is in the king's hands, to appraise the corn, stock and 
other goods therein, and to enquire into the behaviour of the guardians and 
ministers thereof. By K. 

Safe-conduct, for one year, for Compayns de la Dusshe of Bayonne, 
king's merchant, trading in the realm. By writ of secret seal. 

Nicholas Fastolf, going to Ireland on the king's service, has letters 
nominating Master Lawrence Fastolf and John Claver his attorneys for 
three years. 

Protection with clause nolumus for one year for Thomas de Bynedon of 
Suthampton, king's merchant, and the men whom he is sending with a ship 
called la Giliane, to trade ; directed to all admirals, masters, mariners and 
others of the fleet, and others. 

By K. on the information of William de Colby. 

The like for him for ships called la Eose, la Grace Dieu, la Jouptte. 

Protection until Midsummer for Christiana, wife of William de 
Mountsorel, going to the parts of the county of Chester on the affairs of 
her husband, who is detained in the prison of Chester. 

3217 C 



84 



CALENDAR OF PATENT ROLLS. 



1324. 
Oct. 17. 

Tower of 
London. 

Oct. 18. 
Tower of 
London. 



Oct. 16. 

Tower of 
London. 



Oct. 20. 

Tower of 
London. 



Membrane 19 — cont. 

Presentation of Roger de Corby to the church of Mechyng, in the diocese 
of Chichester, in the king's gift by reason of the temporalities of the priory 
of Lewes being in his hands. 

Grant to William de Everdon, king's clerk, of the prebend of St. Martin's, 
Lincoln, in the church of 'St. Mary, Lincoln, in the king's gift by reason of 
the late voidance of the bishopric of Lincoln. By K. 

Mandate in pursuance to H. bishop of Lincoln. 

Simple protection, for one year, for John de Pynibus, prebendary of 
Suthmuscam in the church of St. Mary, Suthwell, in the diocese of York, 
and of the prebend of HuUedeverel in the church of St. Peter, Heghtredebury, 
in the diocese of Salisbury. 

By K. on the information of William de Ayremynne. 

Protection and safe-conduct, until the Purification, for Bonacursus de 
Friscumbaldis, coming to the realm. 



Oct. 16. 

Tower of 
London. 



Oct. 22. 
Tower of 
London. 

Sept. 1. 
Porchester. 



Oct. 20. 

Tower of 
London. 

Oct. 22. 
Tower of 
London. 

Oct. 16. 

Tower of 
London. 

Oct. 22. 

Tower of 
London. 

Oct. 22. 

Tower of 
London. 

Oct. 24. 

Tower of 
London. 

Oct. 20. 
Tower of 
London. 



MEMBRANE 18. 

Protection with clause nolimms, for one year, for Thomas le Taillour of 
Scardeburgh. 

The like for :— 

Robert le Smyth of Scardeburgh. 
John Wawayn of Scardeburgh. 

Master Geoffrey de Eyton. 

Protection with clause volmnus, for one year, for Edmund de la Mare, 
going to the duchy of Aquitaine on the king's business. 

By testimony of the Steward. 

The like for :— 

Master Walter de Maydenstan, parson of the church of Merseham. 

Thomas de Brayton, parson of St. Nicholas, Suthkelleseye, constantly 
attendant upon the king's business. 

John Wawayn. 

Thomas de Castro Goderici, parson of the church of Esyngden. 

John Bussh, sacristan of the chapel of St. Mary and the Holy Angels, 

York. 
William le Moygne. 

John Gavelok of Baldok. 



Protection and safe-conduct for the king's kinsmen Odard, lord of Heyn 
in Vermondeis, and John called Gilbert de Heyn in Vermondeis or the men 
of their household, coming to the realm. By K, 



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85 



1324. 

Oct. 20. 
Tower of 
London. 



Oct. 22. 

Tower of 
London. 

Oct. 24. 

Tower of 
London. 



Oct. 21. 

Tower of 
London. 



Oct. 28. 

Tower of 
London. 



Oct. 24. 

Tower of 
London. 



Oct. 25. 
Tower of 
London. 



Oct. 24. 
Tower of 
London. 



Membrane 18 — cont. 

Mandate to the justiciary of Ireland to deliver the temporalities of the 
bishopric of Ardagh to John, archdeacon of Ardagh, whose election as 
bishop .was first quashed by J. the pope, but whom the pope afterwards 
preferred to be bishop, as the king is informed by papal bull; the said John 
having renounced all words in the bull prejudicial to the crown, and having 
confessed that he is willing to accept the temporalities of the king's livery 
and special grace, and the king having taken his fealty. 

Writ de iritendendo directed to the tenants of the bishopric. 

Writ de intendendo directed to the barons of the port of Dover in favour 
of William Virgil of Dover, whom Robert de Kendale, warden of the port 
during pleasure, has appointed as his substitute there. 

Presentation of William de Northwell to the church of Possewyk in the 
diocese of Norwich, in the king's gift by reason of the lands late of Aymer 
de Valencia, earl of Pembroke, tenant in chief, being in his hands. By K. 

Protection with clause nolumus for one year for Master Geoffrey de Eyton. 
The like for :— 

The abbot of St. Augustine's, Canterbury. 

Master Thomas de Hotoft, archdeacon of Dorset. 

Master Robert de Shirwode, parson of the church of Almere. 

Pardon to John de Sutton of Holdernesse for acquiring in fee from Peter 
de Ovedale a carucate of land, 20 acres of meadow, 15s. of rent and a 
moiety of a messuage in Barewe by Barton upon Humber, held in chief as 
of the honour of Albemarle, as appears by inquisition made by Matthew 
Broun, escheator in the counties of Lincoln, etc. By fine of 100s. 

Licence for John de Langeleye to enfeoff Robert de Farndon, clerk, of two 
parts of the manor of Nether Sodynton, co. Gloucester, held in chief ; and 
for the latter to regrant the same to the said John and Ela his wife for 
their lives, with remainder in fee tail to Geoffrey son of the said John, and 
Mary his wife, with remainder to the right heirs of the said Geoffrey. 

By fine of 20^. 

Licence, after inquisition ad quod damnum made by William de Weston, 
escheator in the counties of Surrey, &c. for William Moraunt to enclose a 
path leading from the town of Sundressh below his court in that town 
northwards towards Bradestede, on condition that he make a like path on 
his own soil in the said towns and Chidyngestone. 

By fine of i mark. Kent. 

Presentation of James de Kyngeston to the church of Mechyng, in the 
diocese of Chichester, in the king's gift by reason of the temporalities of the 
priory of Lewes being in his lands. 

Protection with clause nolumus, for one year, for Clement de Lek, parson 
of Northcove, in the diocese of Norwich. 

The like for the following : — 

William, cardinal priest of St. Ciriac in Thermis, precentor in the 

church of St. Mary, Lincoln, archdeacon of Ely, and parson of the 

churches of Shorham and Spofford. By K. 

Gaillard, cardinal deacon of St. Lucy in Silice, precentor in the church 

of St. Mary, Chichester, and archdeacon of Oxford. By K. 

Vitalis Testa, prebendary of Cherleton {sic) in the church of St. Mary, 

Salisbury, and parson of the church of Hameleye (sic). By K. 

The abbot of St. Edmunds. 



86 



CALENDAR OF PATENT ROLLS. 



1324. 

Oct. 28. 
Tower of 
London. 

Oct. 26. 

Tower of 
London. 

Oct. 24. 

Tower of 
London. 

Oct. 4. 
Porchester. 



Oct. 28. 

Tower of 

London. 

Oct. 28. 
Tower of 
London. 

Oct. 24. 
Tower of 
London. 

Oct. 28. 
Westminster. 



Aug. 3. 
Guildford. 



Membrane 18 — cont. 

The like for three years for Master Hugh de Ingolisma, king's clerk, 
prebendary of Ricale, in the church of St. Peter, York, and of Kynges- 
ton (sic), in the church of St. Paul, London. By K. 

Signification to J. bishop of Chichester, of the revocation of the 
presentation of Roger de Corby, king's clerk, to the church of Mechyng. 

Philip Darcy, staying in England, has letters nominating "William 
Chartray his attorney in Ireland for one year. 

Arnald Calculi, going to Gascony on the king's service, has the like 
nominating William, vicar of Thaxstede, and Edmund de Hildesle, his 
attorneys for two years. 

Protection with clause nolumns for one year for the prior of Walyngford 
in his manors of Walyngford, Henrethe, Chalkford, Shobyndon, and 
Stokenchirche. 

Protection with clause volumus for one year for Edmund de Hackelut, 
staying in the duchy of Aquitaine on the king's service. 

Safe-conduct, until Christmas, for John de Sutton, now beyond the seas, 
returning to England. By K. 

Protection with clause nolumus for one year, for Leo, warden of the church 
of All Saints, Writele, co. Essex, which is annexed to the hospital of the 
Holy Ghost at Rome, as the king is informed that that hospital is not of 
the power of the king of France. 



Licence for Richard de Ripariis as above [p. 12]. 
Vacated because elsewhere above under the same date. 



By fine of 100s. 



Sept. 17. 
Tower of 
London. 



Oct. 18. 
Tower of 
London. 

Oct. 25. 

Tower of 
London. 

Oct. 26. 

Tower of 
London. 



MEMBRANE 17. 

Licence, out of reverence for the Apostolic See and the said cardinal, for 
Gaillard de Mota, cardinal deacon of St. Lucy in Silice, to retain for life 
the prebend of Aylesbury, in the church of St. Mary, Lincoln, with the 
portion of Milton belonging thereto ; notwithstanding that the king, lately 
recovered the presentation thereto by judgement of his court and conferred 
it upon Master Robert de Baldok, king's clerk, archdeacon of Middlesex. 

By K. 

Duplicate of the foregoing. 

Vacated because above. % 

Protection with clause volumus for one year for Edmund Haclut, going 
to Gascony on the king's service. 

By testimony of R. Dammory, the king's steward. 

Presentation of John de Maddeley to the church of Kynefare in the diocese 
of Coventry and Lichfield. 

Licence, in consideration of a fine made by Gilbert de Toudeby, for Maud, 
late the wife of JoUand Bavent, tenant in chief as of the earldom of Ferrars, 
which is in the king's hands, to marry whomsoever she will of the king's 
allegiance. By fine of i mark. 



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1324, 

Oct. 28. 

Tower of 
London. 



Oct. 26. 

Tower of 
London. 



Oct. 29. 

Westminster. 



Oct. 27. 

Tower of 
London. 

Oct. 30. 

Westminster. 



Oct. 29. 
Westminster. 



Oct. 30. 

Westminster. 

Oct. 30. 

Westminster. 



Oct. 22. 
Tower of 
London. 



Oct. 30. 

Westminster. 



Oct. 30. 

Westminster. 



Membrane 17 — cont. 

Licence for John de Langeleye to enfeoff Robert de Farndon, clerk, of the 
manors of Mulecot and Pynneleye, co. Warwick, held in chief, and for the 
latter tp grant them to the said John and Ela his wife, for their lives, with 
remainders to Geoffrey son of John de Langeleye and Mary his wife, in 
tail, and to the right heirs of Geoffrey. By fine of 20/. Warwick. 

Licence for the alienation in mortmain by William de Sancto Johanne 
to the prior and convent of Essheby Canonicorum of 6 messuages and 4 
virgates of land in Essheby Canonicorum, in exchange for 10 messuages, 7 
virgates of land, 6 acres of meadow and 2 acres of pasture in Plumpton by 
Wedon Pynkeny. By fine of 40s. 

Presentation of Robert Spynay to a mediety of the church of Walpol, the 
pourparty of Lewes, in the diocese of Norwich, in the king's gift by reason 
of the temporalities of Lewes being in his hands. 

Protection with clause nolitmus, for one year, for Edmund de Malynes. 

The Hke for :— 

Master John de Colcestre. 

Roger de Felton. 

Thomas de Collum, parson of the church of Wollavyngton. 

Richard dil Biry. 

Roger de Brok. 

Presentation of Robert de Silkston to the church of Fisshlak, in the 
diocese of York, in the king's gift by reason of the temporalities of the 
priory of Lewes being in his hands. By K. 

Simple protection, for one year, for Master Peter de Galicien, parson of 
the church of Horncastre. 

Protection for one year for Master Stephen de Claro Monte, parson of the 
church of Bynteworth and his men and goods ; as it is certain that he is 
not of the power, affinity or confederacy of the king of France, and he has 
made oath that he will not remove his goods out of the realm, or transfer 
himself with them to foreign parts without licence. 

The like, at the request of the chancellor and masters of the University 
of Oxford, for Thomas de Banvill, clerk, born of the power of France and 
staying for study in the University of Oxford ; he having found security by 
Philip de Eulenewik, John de la Ford of the county of Essex, and Henry 
Aleyn of the county of Cambridge, to the like effect. By K. & C. 

Signification to D., bishop of St. David's, of the royal assent to the 
election of John de Chaundos, one of the canons, to be prior of Kermerdyn. 

By K. 

Protection, at the request of William de Cusancia, king's clerk, treasurer 
of Edward, earl of Chester, the king's son, for John de Cusancia, prior of 
Bermundeseje, his brother ; upon information that the said prior is of the 
power of the count of Burgundy and not of the king of France, although 
the priory is subject to the priory of La Charite, within the dominion of the 
king of France. ^y K. 

Whereas in the time of Edward I Robert de Bouyngton acquired in fee 
from Gilbert de Gaunt a messuage, a toft, a bovate and a half of land, 13 
acres of meadow, 20 acres of pasture and 50 acres of moor in Hundmanby, 



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CALENDAR OF PATENT ROLLS. 



1324. 



Nov. 5. 
Westminster. 



Membrane 17 — cont. 

held in chief and entered therein without licence, and whereas after his 
death John his son and heir entered into the same in like manner by 
hereditary right ; the king for a fine has pardoned the trespass done herein 
and granted that John shall have the premises which are now in the king's 
hands by reason of that trespass, again to hold to him and his heirs. 

By fine of 40s. York. 

Licence for the alienation in mortmain by Thomas de Sibethorp of a 
messuage, a toft, 50 acres of land and 5 acres of meadow in Hokesworth 
and Aslacton to a chaplain to celebrate divine service daily in a chapel to 
be built by the same Thomas in honour of St. Mary the Virgin, John the 
Baptist and Thomas the Martyr on the north side of the church of 
St. Peter, Sibethorp, for the souls of himself, his father, mother, brothers, 
sisters and ancestors, and of Simon de Sibethorp, William his son, Geofi"rey 
le Clerk and the faithful departed ; and also of the reversions of a messuage 
and lands in Sibethorp, Sireston and Aslacton which Alice late the wife of 
Geoflrey le Clerk of Sibethorp holds for life, and of 2 messuages and lands 
in Sibethorp and Thuruerton, which William le Mareschal holds for life. 

By fine of i mark. Nottingham. 

Vacated because surrmidered. 



Oct. 22. 
Tower of 
London. 



Oct. 30. 

Westminster. 



Oct. 28. 
Tower of 
London. 



Oct. 23. 

Tower of 
London. 



Oct. 22. 

Tower of 
London. 



MEMBRANE 16. 

Protection, for one year, unless the king order otherwise in the meantime, 
for Nicholas Chaumberleyn, merchant, born of the power of the king of 
France, who has a fixed domicile and tenement in the city of Bath and is 
a citizen of that city paying lot and scot. By K. & C. 

The like at the request of John de Britannia, earl of Richmond, for 
Edmund de Jovenzano, parson of the church of Chesthunte, born of the 
parts of Savoy and not of the power of the king of France. 

Pardon to William de la Lowe for acquiring in fee without licence, a 
messuage, a virgate of land, and 2 acres of moor, from William de 
Whitynton, and a messuage, a moiety of a virgate of land and a moiety of 
an acre of meadow, from John le Clerk, in Whitynton ; a messuage, a virgate 
of land, 2 acres of meadow, an acre of moor from Emma de Heigreve and 
Felicia her sister, and 2 acres of meadow from John atte Stone, in Kyne- 
fare ; and 2 acres of meadow in Dunneslegh from Gilbert de Dunneslegh ; 
all held in chief ; with licence for him to retain the same. 

By fine of 5 marks. 

Licence for the alienation in mortmain to tke abbot and convent of St. 
Edmunds, of divers parcels of land, &c. by William de Whitene in Fornham 
St. Genevieve ; by Seman Copynger in Ratlisden ; and by Richard de 
Culford, chaplain, in the same town ; by Gilbert de Blofeld, parson of the 
church of Westowe, in Westowe, all held of the abbot and convent and 
worth 79.S. 6d. a year, as appears by inquisition made by John de Blomvull 
escheator in the counties of Norfolk, &c. ; to hold in satisfaction of 100^. a 
year of the 40Z. a year of land and rent, which they have the king's licence 
to acquire. 

Grant to Matthew Shanke of the chantry of Pelham Fourneaux, in the 
king's gift by reason of the lands late of William le Baud, rebel, being in 
his hands. 



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1324. 

Oct. 25. 

Tower of 
London. 



Membrane 16 — cont. 

Protection with clause nolumus for one year for Petronilla, late the wife 
of John Alayn of Derteford. 

The like for the following : — 
William Marche. 
Agnes late the wife of Thomas de Akeny. 



Oct. 30. 
Westminster. 

Nov, 2. 
Mortlake. 

Oct. 28. 
Tower of 
London. 

Oct. 29. 
Westminster. 



The prior of Christchurch, Canterbury. 

Alice late the wife of Richard de Byngham. 

Simple protection, for one year, for Master Poncius de Podio Bosaco (sic), 
of the duchy of Aquitaine, archdeacon of London, and canon of St. Peter's, 
York, parson of the church of Shordich. 

Protection with clause volumus, for one year, for John de Swynford, 
staying in Ireland with John Darcy, justiciary of Ireland, on the king's 
service. By testimony of the said justiciary. 

The like for Thomas de Saundeby. By the like testimony. 

Oct. 30. Protection with clause nolumus, for one year, for Richard de Moseleye, 

Westminster, clerk, in his manors of Friston, Sutton, Neuton, Wakefeld, Normanton, 
Kelington and Barneburgh. 

Safe-conduct until Whit- Sunday for Martin le Peyntour, yeoman of 
Constantine de Mortuo Mari, whom the latter is sending to Lorraine to 
procure the release of Constantine de Mortuo Mari, his son, a prisoner of 
John de la Moilliere, and to bring him to England. By K. 

Oct. 30. Protection with clause nolumus for Reginald de Cusancia, clerk, as he 

Westminster, was born of the county of Burgundy and not of the power of the king of 
France. 

By K. at the request and by the testimony of William de 
Cusancia, clerk. 

The like for :— 

Geoffrey de Gropo Sancti Petri, parson of the church of Geytingdon, 

for one year. 
William de Cusancia, treasurer of the king's son Edward, earl of 
Chester, of the county of Burgundy and not of the dominion of the 
king of France. 
Gerard de Cusancia, Master John de Idle, chaplain, Peter, chaplain of 
the said Gerard, John Dormaunz and William le Borgulon, men of 
the household of the said Gerard, of the said county. 

At the request and on the testimony of William de Cusancia, 

clerk. 

John de Claroun, steward of the household of Edward, earl of Chester, 

the king's son, not being of the dominion, &c. for one year. By K. 

Master Peter de Brixia, parson of Welleburn, in the diocese of Lincoln, 

of Lombardy and not &c. 
Simon Ferre, not being &c. 

Master Peter de Cusancia, of the county of Burgundy and not of the 
dominion &c. 

At the request and on the testimony of William de Cusancia, 
clerk. 



40 



CALENDAR OF PATENT ROLLS. 



1324. 

Oct. 30. 
Westminster. 



Nov. 5. 

Westminster. 



Nov. 6. 
Westminster. 



Nov. 8. 
Westminster. 

Nov, 12. 
Westminster. 



Nov. 13. 
Westminster. 

Nov. G. 
Westminster. 

Nov. 6. 
Westminster. 



Membrane 16 — cont. 

The like, for one year, for Master Stephen de Claro Monte, parson of the 
church of Bynteworth, not of the power of the king of France, who has 
made oath that he will be of good behaviour. 

The like for Master Isambert, parson of the church of Mapulderham, the 
king's doctor. 

John Darcy, justiciary of Ireland, has letters nominating William de 
Fynchedene and William de Wakefeld his attorneys in England for one 
year. 

Protection with clause nolumm, for one year, for John le Forester of 
Stonystratford. 

The like for the following : — 

Margaret late the wife of Nicholas de Moeles. 
John de la Haye. 
Peter de Aynho. 

Master Gilbert de Bruera, canon of St. Peter's, York. 

John de Wysshawe, parson of the church of Westgrenestede. 

Master William Bray, parson of the church of Copford, prebendary 

of St. Pancras in the church of St. Paul, London. 
William son of William le Parmenter of Shrewsbury. 

William, almoner of the church of St. Paul, London, and parson of 
the church of Hoton. 

Presentation of Nicholas de Useflete to the church of la Rye, in the 
diocese of Chichester. By K. 

Licence for Henry de Trafford, to enfeoff Henry son of Adam de le 
Mulnegate, chaplain, of the manors of Trafford and Stretford, co. Lancaster, 
held in chief, and for him to regrant the same to the said Henry and 
Margaret his wife, for their lives, with remainder to Henry son of John son 
of Henry de Trafford and his heirs. By fine of 20 marks. Cambridge. 



MEMBRANE 15. 

Nov. 3. Writ of aid, until Hilary, for Robert de Umframvill, earl of Anegos, and 

Mortlake. Ralph de Nevill, appointed conductors of William bishop of St. Andrews, 

and Thomas Randolf, earl of Morref, and the six other envoys of Robert de 

Brus, shortly coming to York to treat of a final peace, their men and 

household to the number of 50 horsemen. [Fccdera.'] By K. 

Mandate to the said earl and Ralph severally to conduct the said envoys. 

Mandate to the sheriff of Northumberland to be obedient to the said 
conductors and to cause the said envoys to be provided with sufficient 
lodging and victuals at their own cost. By K. 

The like to the sheriff of York. [Fmdera.'] 

Nov. 5. Protection for one year for John Dosioun, because he is a merchant of 

Westminster. Gascony and not of France. 

The like for the following who are not born of France : — 
Nov. 6. William de Cusaunce, son of Peter de Cusaunce, knight, born of the 

Westminster. realm. 

Oto de Sabinis, prebendary of Bikeleswade, in the church of S. Mary, 
Lincoln, born of the county of Burgundy. 

By K. at the request and on the testimony of William de Cusancia, 
clerk. 



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1324. 

Nov. 5. 
Westminster 



Nov. 7. 
Westminster. 



Nov. 6. 

Westminster. 



Nov. 6. 
Westminster. 



Nov. 8. 
Westminster. 



Nov. 5. 
Westminster. 

Nov. 8. 
Westminster. 



Membrane 1 5 — cont . 

John de Treye of Hambury Saltemerssh by Bristol, born of France, 
but having a fixed domicile, wife and household in the said town and 
in lot and scot ; for one year unless the king order otherwise. 

Reyner de Berefrey, born of France. 

Protection with clause nolumus for Pandulf de Sabell[is], staying in 
the court of Rome, because he is born of Lombardy and not of the power of 
France. 

Protection for one year for Ambrose de Brixia and John de Brixia, as 
they are merchants of Lombardy and not of France. 

The like for Peter Barber of Middelton, a native of France, but with 
domicile, wife and household in the said town and in lot and scot with the 
men thereof ; for one year unless the king order otherwise. 

The like for William de Cherleton. 

Protection with clause nolumus for James de Cusancia, prior of Prittewell 
(although that priory is a cell of the priory of Lewes, which is subject to the 
abbey of Cluny, within the power of the king of France), a brother of 
William de Cusancia, king's clerk, treasurer of Edward, earl of Chester, the 
king's son, and for Hugh de Cusancia, kinsman of the said William, both 
born of the county of Burgundy. 

By K. at the request and on the testimony of William de Cusancia, 
clerk. 

Pardon to John Oliver of Great Staneweye and Agnes his wife for 
acquiring to them and the heirs of John from Laurence de Stodham, 90 
acres of land, 7 acres of meadow, 12 acres of pasture and 10 acres of wood, 
in Teye, held in chief as of the honor of Boulogne, as appears by inquisition 
made by John de Blumvill, escheator in the counties of Essex, &c. and 
entering therein without licence ; and grant that they may retain the same. 

By fine of 5 marks. 

Protection for one year for John del Goute, as he is a merchant of 
Gascony and not of France. 

Protection with clause vohnnus for one year for John de Segrave the elder, 
staying in the duchy of Aquitaine on the king's service. By K. 

The like for John de Fryvill. 



Oct. 30. 
Westminster. 

Oct. 26. 

Westminster. 



Oct. 30. 

Westminster. 

Oct. 24. 
Tower of 
London. 

Oct. 30. 

Westminster, 



MEMBRANE 14. 

Grant to the bailiffs and good men of Lancaster of pontage for three 
years. By K. on the information of W. de Ayrem[ynne]. 

Protection with clause nolianus, for one year, for Robert de Renham of 
Maydenstan. 

The like for : — 

Nicholas de Wedergrave, parson of the church of Haldesworth. 

William de Gosefeld, clerk. 



Master William de Lobbenham, parson of the church of Haregrave. 
Bona late the wife of Thomas le fiz Bernard. 



42 



CALENDAR OF PATENT ROLLS. 



1324. 

Nov. -4. 
Mortlake. 

Nov. 7. 

Westminster. 

Nov. 4. 
Mortlake. 



Nov. 5. 

Westminster. 



Nov. 2. 

Mortlake. 



Nov. 6. 

Westminster. 



July 8. 
Porchester. 

Nov. 6. 
Westminster. 



Nov. 7. 

Westminster. 



Nov. 6. 
Westminster. 



Nov. 12. 

Westminster. 



Nov. 6. 
Westminster. 



Nov. 12. 
Westminster. 



Memhraiu 14 — cont. 
Eleanor late the wife of Thomas de Wauton. 

Robert de Silkeston. 
The abbot of Boxle. 

Protection for one year for the abbot of Rewley by Oxford, his 
possessions and goods, as that abbey is not subject to any religious house 
of the power of the king of France, and all the monks are English except 
Peter de Duvone, abbot of the house, who was born of the power of that 
king ; and he has found surety for his good behaviour, and that he will 
not remove the goods of the abbey from the realm or pass himself to 
foreign parts without licence. By K. 

The like for one year for the men and merchants of the duke of Brabant, 
the king's nephew, of Brabant, as they are not of the power of the king of 
France ; provided that they exercise lawful trade and observe the charter of 
the wool-staple. By K. 

Licence for the alienation in mortmain by Roger Beler of 2 messuages, 
30 acres of land and 4 acres of meadow in Kirkeby upon Wrethek to the 
warden of the chapel of St. Peter there, in exchange for like premises in 
the said town. By fine of J- mark. 

Presentation of John de Aylmondestre to the church of the Holy Trinity, 
Gloucester, in the diocese of Worcester, void by the resignation of John de 
Guldeford, the last rector. 

Protection and safe-conduct, until Christmas, for John de Sutton, staying 
beyond the seas, and for his men and possessions. By K. 

Presentation of Nicholas de Useflete to the church of la Rye, in the 
diocese of Chichester, void by the resignation of John de Harwe, the last 
rector. 

Licence for John de Sancto Johanne of Basyng to grant for life to Hugh 
son of John de Sancto Johanne of Basyng, the bailiwick of the forestership 
of Pambere and Evereslegh, held in chief, with reversion to the said John 
and his heirs. By fine of 40s. 

Safe-conduct, until Michaelmas, for Matthew de Salso Marisco, Philip 
Galiene and John Krantilie, of the island of Gerneseye, in going to that 
island and returning to England. 

By K. on the information of W. de Ayremynne. 

Grant to Tido de Waresio of the prebend of Castre in the church of St. 
Mary, Lincoln, in the king's gift by reason of the temporalities of the see 
of Lincoln being lately in the king's hands. By K. 

Mandate in pursuance to H. bishop of Lincoln. 

Grant to Richard Bret, of the office of the serjeanty of Mithe in Ireland, 
late of Matthew Bacun, tenant in chief, which office Richard Babbyn, 
deceased, lately held by the king's commission, to hold during the minority 
of the heir of the said Matthew. 

By K. on the information of W. de Ayremynne. 

Pardon, after inquisition ad quod damnum made by Richard le Wayte, 
escheator in the counties of Wilts, etc. to William Daunteseye and Margery 
his wife for acquiring without licence a messuage and 22 acres 1 rood of 
land in Southmorton ; which John de Nevill, deceased, who held them in 



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1324. 



Membrane 14 — cont. 



chief of the late king granted at fee farm to Roger Daunteseye at the 
rent of 12(1. a year and suit at the court of Southmorton every three weeks 
and which, after the death of the said Roger, descended by hereditary 
right to his son William, and afterwards came by purchase to the hands 
of Thomas Jurdan and are now to the hands of the said William and 
Margery ; with restitution of the same. 

By pet. of C. and fine of 40s. made before the Council. 



Nov. 10. 
Westminster. 

Nov. 8. 
Westminster. 

Nov. 9. 
Westminster. 

Nov. 12. 
Westminster. 

Nov. 10. 
Westminster. 



Nov. 8. 
Westminster. 



Nov. 10. 

Westminster. 



Nov. 8. 
Westminster. 

Nov. 12. 

Westminster. 



Nov. 10. 
Westminster. 



MEMBRANE 13. 
Protection with clause nolumus for one year for the abbess of Mallyng. 

. The like for the following: — 

Master Richard Martyn, parson of the church of Little Burstede. 
Master Richard de Brenchesle, parson of the church of Pecham. 

Master Richard de Baldok, parson of the church of Stebenheth. 

John, bishop of Ely. 
The abbot of Bynedon. 

Master George de Saluciis, archdeacon of Buckingham, and prebendary 
of Masham,'in the church of St. Peter, York, and of Chermynistre 
and Bere, in the church of St, Mary, Salisbury. 

Protection for one year for Master Bertrand de Fargis, prebendary of 
Osbaldwyk, in the church of St. Peter, York, because he is born of the 
duchy of Aquitaine, and not of France. By K. 

The like for the following, born of the said duchy : — 

Raymond, cardinal deacon of Sancta Maria Nova, dean of St. Mary's, 

Salisbury, archdeacon of Leycestre in the church of St. Mary, 

Lincoln, and parson of the church of Leyk, in the diocese of York. 
Master Poncius de Podio Barzaco, archdeacon of London and prebendary 

of Bolum in the church of St. Peter, York, and parson of the church 

of Shorham. 

Protection with clause rogamus for one year for the prior and convent 
of Beerdenne, collecting alms. The king's bailiffs are to arrest any 
unauthorized persons collecting in their name. 

Protection for one year at the request of the chancellor and master of the 
university of Oxford, for Master Guichard de Pardinis, parson of the church 
of Brinckeworthe, that he be not disturbed on account of the late ordinance 
for attaching the bodies of all Frenchmen and seizing their lands and 
goods. ^y K- 

John Mautravers, the elder, staying in England, has letters nominating 
Philip Dollard and David de Lacok his attorneys for two years in Ireland. 

Licence for Ralph Basset of Drayton, seneschal of Gascony, to have a 
ship loaded with corn, herrings and other victuals to be brought to the 
duchy for the maintainence of himself and his household in Gascony. By K. 

Protection for one year for Master John de Monte Claro, canon of 
Southwell and parson of the church of Irencestre, in the diocese of Lincoln, 
because he is born of Lombardy and not of France. 



u 



CALENDAR OF PATENT ROLLS. 



1324. 

Nov. 7. 
Westiuiiister, 



Nov. 10. 

Westminster. 



Nov. 12. 
Westminster. 



Nov. 12. 

Westminster, 



Nov. 11. 
Westminster, 



Nov. 11. 
Westminster. 



Membrane 13 — cont. 

Revocation of the presentation of John de Percebrigg, king's clerk, to the 
chapel of Percebrigg, which the king believed to be in his gift by reason 
of his custody of the land and heir of Guy de Bello Campo, earl of Warwick, 
tenant in chief, it having been found, by inspection of the rolls of the 
Chancery, that the advowson thereof has been assigned in dower to 
William la Zousche and Alice his wife, late the wife of the earl, in her 
share of the earl's advowsons. 

Protection, for one year, for Gaucelin, cardinal priest of SS. Marcellinus 
and Peter, treasurer of the church of St. Chad, Lichfield, prebendary of 
Sallou, in the same church, and of Driffeld, in the church of St. Peter, York, 
and of Louth, in the church of S. Mary, Lincoln, parson of the churches of 
Lenynges, Holynburn, in the diocese of Canterbury, Pagenham, in the 
diocese of Chichester, Hakeneye, in the diocese of London, and Hemmyng- 
burgh in the diocese of York ; notwithstanding the late ordinance for the 
arrest of Frenchmen. [Feed era.] 

Protection with clause nolumus for Alexander de Bergh and Robert 
Wawayn, to whom the king has committed the keeping of the castle and 
town of Scardeburg and of the manor of Whallesgrave, while they are in 
the king's service. 

By an inquisition ad quod damnum made by Richard le Wayte, escheator 
in Wilts and other counties, it has been found that the king may without 
damage make restitution to John son of John de Ridale of a toft and a 
moiety of a messuage, mill and of 11 acres of land in Suthmorton, held in 
chief, which John de Nevill, deceased, in the time of the late king granted 
without licence to William de Ridale and his heirs at fee farm by rent of 12.s'. 
yearly and suit of court at his court of Suthmorton every three weeks, which 
premises by hereditary right descended to John de Ridale, the elder, and 
now by purchase have come to the hands of the said John son of John de 
Ridale ; the king has therefore pardoned the trespasses therein and granted 
that the said John son of John shall have the same again to him and his 
heirs. By pet. of C. and fine of 40s. made before the Council. 

The like to Richard son of Walter le Reve with respect to a messuage 
and 16 acres of land in Suthmorton held in chief, which the said John de 
Nevill without licence granted in fee farm to Henry de Dudecote and Eva 
his wife, to hold to them and their heirs at a rent of 8.s. and like suit at the 
said court, and which afterwards came by purchase to the hands of Walter 
le Reve and then to the hands of the said Richard by hereditary right. 

By pet. of C. and fine of 20s. made before the Council. 

Appointment of Nicholas Lumbard, king's serjeant, to arrest and bring 
before the king Master John de Notingham. 

By K. on the information of Simon Croyser. 

Presentation of Richard de Hasseneye of Creyk to the church of Hilde- 
burghworth, in the diocese of Norwich, void by the resignation of Michael 
de Caylly, the last rector, and in the king's gift by reason of his custody of 
the land and heir of Thomas de Caylli. 



MEMBRANE 12. 

Nov. 7. Impexhnus and confirmation of a writing of Roger Beler, dated at London 

Westminster, on Tuesday before St. Martin, 18 Edward II, notifying that whereas Ralph 

de Freschevill lately enfeoffed him of the manor of Cruch, held in chief, to 



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Mem b rane 1 2 — co nt . 



the end that he might regrant it to him for life, the said Ralph has granted 
to him that he and his heirs shall retain the manor, which is now in his 
hands, without making any estate thereof to the said Ralph, paying only to 
the said Ralph, for his life a rent of 35 marks. 

Mandate to Edmund, earl of Arundel, justice of Wales, to make livery of 
the temporalities of the priory of Kaermerdyn to John de Chaundos, canon 
of that house, whose election as prior has been confirmed by D. bishop of 
St. Davids, and who has done fealty to the king. By p.s. 

Writ de intendendo to the tenants of the priory. 

Nov. 12. Protection with clause nolumus for one year for John de Eston, parson of 

Westminster, the church of Seyveton. 



Nov. 10. 
Westminster. 



Nov. 10. 
Westminster. 

Nov. 13. 
Westminster. 

Nov. 11. 
Westminster. 



Nov. 6. 
Westminster. 



Nov. 12. 
Westminster. 



The like for the following : — - 

Thomas de Eggefeld, parson of the church of Thyrsford, constantly 
attendant upon the king's service. 

Roger Blome, for two years. 

John de Merlawe, parson of the church of Navesby. 

James de Beauflour. 

Bartholomew de Stanhou. 

Master Robert de Patrica. 

Adam atte Dene, of Portesmuth. 

The prior of Ely. 

Master George de Saluciis, archdeacon of Buckingham and prebendary 
of Massam in the church of St. Peter, York, and of Cherministre 
and Bere in the church of St. Mary, Salisbury. 

Pardon as above to Walter le Clerk of Morton with respect to a messuage 
and 16 acres of land in Southmorton, held in chief, granted in the time of 
Edward I by John de Nevill at fee farm to Adam le Clerk and Eva his wife 
to hold to them and their heirs at a rent of 8s. 1^^/. yearly and suit at his 
court of Suthmorton every three weeks which afterwards came by purchase 
into the hands of the said Walter ; and restitution to them of the same. 

By pet. of C. and by fine of 20s. made before the Council. 

The like to Ralph atte Cruche and Alice his wife with respect to a 
messuage and 16^ acres of land in Southmorton, held in chief, granted by 
the above John de Nevill at fee farm to Manser de Morton and his heirs, to 
hold at a rent of 9.s. 9d. yearly and suit at his above court, which afterwards 
came to the hands of Walter de Chilton and Agnes his wife, and have now 
come by purchase into the hands of the said Ralph and Alice. 

By pet. of C. and by fine as above. 

Nov. 8. Protection with clause volumiis, for one year, for John de Segrave the 

Westminster, elder, staying in the duchy of Aquitaine on the king's service. By K. 

Nov. 11. Signification to S. archbishop of Armagh, primate of Ireland, of the 

Westminster, king's pardon to the dean and chapter of Clonmacnois, for electing without 
praying for the royal licence. Master Lewis, precentor of the said church, to 
be their bishop in the room of Donald, deceased ; and signification of the 
royal assent to the said election, in consideration of the poverty of the said 
church. By K. 



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1324. 



Nov. 12. 
Westminster. 



Nov. 10. 
Westminster. 



Nov. 12. 

Westminster. 



Membrajie 12 — cont. 

^landate to John Darcy, justiciary of Ireland, on receipt of letters of 
confirmation of Stephen, archbishop of Armagh, to take the fealty of the 
said Master Lewis, and cause restitution of the temporalities of the 
bishopric to be made to him. By K. 

Pardon as above to Thomas Jurdan of Southmorton and Isabel his wife 
of all trespasses in respect of lands in Southmorton, held in chief, which 
elohn de Nevill granted at fee farm in the time of Edward I without 
licence, as follows : — a messuage and 10 acres, 1 rood, of land granted to 
Maud late the wife of Richard le Fevre, at a rent of 8s. 3c/. and suit at 
his court of Southmorton every three weeks; 12 acres of land granted to 
Christina late the wife of Robert Basset at a rent of 6.s. and suit as above ; 
5 J acres of land, granted to Manser de Sandervill, at a rent of 2.s. ^d. and suit 
as above ; 1 acre of land granted to Roger Daunteseye, at a rent of Qd. and 
suit as above ; and a messuage and 2^ acres of land, granted to William 
Basset at a rent of 18<;/. and suit as above ; all which premises have come 
to the hands of the said Thomas and Isabel by purchase ; and restitution of 
the same to them and their heirs. 

By pet. of C. and by fine of 30s. made before the Council. 

Protection for one year, out of reverence for pope John XXII, for Master 
Hugh de Ingolismo, sacristan of the church of Narboune, papal nuncio of 
England, Ireland and Wales, and prebendary of Rykehale, in the church of 
St. Peter, York ; notwithstanding the late ordinance for the taking of the 
bodies of Frenchmen. By K. 

Licence for the alienation in mortmain to the abbot and convent of 
St. Mary, Westderham, by Robert Goldi of Estwalton and Eustace le Keu 
of Wychyngham of 2 messuages and 31i acres of land in Westderham and 
Tylneye, co. Norfolk, not held in chief, as appears by inquisition made by 
John de Blomvull, escheator in the counties of Suffolk, &c., to hold in 
satisfaction of 20s. of the 10 marks yearly of land and rent which they have 
the king's licence to acquire. 



MEMBRANE 11. 

Nov. 8. Power to William, archbishop of York, John, bishop of Ely, Roger, bishop 

Westminster, of Coventry and Lichfield, Hugh le Despenser, earl of Winchester, Hugh le 
Despenser, lord of Glomorgan, Master Robert de Baldok, archdeacon of 
Middlesex, the chancellor. Master Robert de Pikering, dean of St. Peter's, 
William York, le Latimer, knight, William de Ayremynne, canon of York, 
Henry le Scrop, justice of the Forest beyond Trent, Geoffrey le Scrop, chief 
justice, and William de Herle, knights, to make a final peace with Robert 
de Brus. [Fcedera.] • By K. 

Nov. 18. Pardon for a fine made before the treasurer and barons of the exchequer 

Westminster, to John de Sully for his adherence to the rebels. 

By K. on the information of W. de Ayremynne. 

Nov. 10. Protection for one year for John de Pomeriis, prior of Andevre, in the 

Westminster, diocese of Winchester, as he was born of the duchy and is not of the 

affinity or confederacy of the king of France. By K. 

Nov. 12. Pardon as above to Walter Bolle of Southmorton of the trespasses with 

Westminster, respect to lands in Southmorton, held in chief, granted to John de Nevill 

at fee farm, without licence, as follows : — A messuage and 9 acres of land 

to Geoffrey Bolle and Mary his wife and their heirs at a rent of 5s. and suit 



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1324. 



Nov. 14. 

Westminster. 



Membrane 11 — cont. 

at his court of Southmorton every three weeks, and a moiety of an acre of 
land there to Christina late the wife of Ralph Basset and her heirs at a rent 
of 3^/. and suit as ahove, all which have now come hy purchase to the hands 
of the said Walter ; and restitution of the same to him and his heirs. 

By pet. of C. and by fine of 20s. made before the Council. 

The like to John le Yongge with respect to the following premises in 
Southmorton granted by the same John de Neville ; 2 messuages and 16 
acres of land to William le Yongge, the elder, at a rent of 5.s'. Id. and ^uit 
as above ; an acre of land granted to Robert Basset at a rent of 6^/. and 
suit as above ; 1^ acres of land granted to Maud late the wife of Richard le 
Fevre, at a rent of dd. and suit as above ; a messuage and an acre of land 
granted to Christina late the wife of Robert Basset, at V2,d. ; all which 
have come to the hands of the said John le Yongge by purchase ; and 
restitution of the same to him and his heirs. 

By pet. of C. and by fine of 40s. made before the Council. 

Presentation of Hugh de Herlaston to the vicarage of the church of 
Bradepole, in the diocese of Salisbury, in the king's gift by reason of the 
priory of Lodere being in his hands. 



MEMBRANE 10. 

Nov. 10. Protection for one year for Master James de Bononia, parson of the 

Westminster. Caxton, who is of Lombardy and not of the power of the king of France. 

ByK. 
The like for Guy Dotto of Lombardy. 

Nov. 12. Protection and safe-conduct until Easter, for William Bartholomei de 

Westminster. Baladuno, whom the archbishop of Vienne and the bishop of Orange 
(Auracisensis) papal nuncios in England, are sending beyond the seas. 

The like to the following whom they are also sending : — 
Perinus de Alvernia. 
Raymund Adomari de Burgo. [Fcedera.] 

Nov. 13. Writ de intendendo for John de Denne, appointed by Stephen de Abyndon, 

Westminster, king's Serjeant, the butler, as his deputy in the port of Sefford, co. Sussex, 
during the king's pleasure. 

The like for the following : — 

Richard Langynough of Melcombe, as his deputy in all ports of the 

counties of Somerset and Dorset. 
Wilham Vivien, as his deputy in the port of Shorham, co. Sussex. 

Nov. 12. Ratification of a release in mortmain by John de Claveryng to Master 
Westminster. John de Botheby, rector of the church of Ryton, of divers lands, meadows 
and pastures called ' Spechines' on the south of the Tyne near Ryton. 

By K. on the information of W. de Ayrem[ynne] . 

April 13. Notification, to avert sinister suspicion in the case of John de Sheperton, 
Gloucester, whose right hand has been cut off, that his hand was cut off in the king's 
service by the Scots, the king's enemies and rebels. 

By K. on the information of brother Philip. 

Nov. 14. Whereas John de Arundell, who held the manor of Wolbedyng, co. 

Westminster. Sussex, of Edward I in chief, granted in fee to Walter le Blunt a messuage 

and 1| virgates of land in Wolbedyng at the rent of 10s. a year; and the 



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1324 



Nov. 14. 
Westminster. 



Nov. 15. 
Westminster. 



Nov. 18. 
Westminster. 



Nov. 19. 
Westminster, 



Nov. 16. 
Westminster. 



Membrane 10 — cont. 

said Walter afterwards granted the same to Adam de Poghele, in fee, and 
he to John le Em in fee, who granted the same in fee to William atte Hoo, 
without any licence obtained from the late or present king ; the latter in 
consideration of a line made by William has pardoned these trespasses, and 
granted that he shall have the messuage and land again to hold to him and 
his heirs of John de Hastynges, into whose hands the manor has come, and 
his heirs. By C. and by fine of 20.s\ made before the Council. 

The like to Andrew son of Walter de Sutton with respect to 2 messuages 
and 3 virgates of land in Wolbedyng, granted by the same John in fee, at 
the above time to Walter le Blount, at the rent of 29.s. and suit at the 
court of Wolbedyng twice a year, which the said Walter afterwards granted 
to the said Andrew in fee. 

By C. and by fine of 40s. made before the Council. 

The like to Robert de Lopeshurst with respect to a messuage m 
Wolbedyng, granted as above to Maud late the wife of Henry de Bello Loco 
and her heirs at the rent of 16^/. and suit as above, which the said Maud 
afterwards granted in fee to the said Robert. 

By C. and by fine of i mark made before the Council. 

Protection for one year for Hervey de Saham, who is suing for the king 
and for himself against Thomas de Neirford and others touching divers 
trespasses, before certain justices appointed to hear and determine the same. 

The like for one year for Raymond, cardinal deacon of St. Mary in 
Cosmedyn, archdeacon of Canterbury ; notwithstanding the late ordinance 
for the taking of the bodies of those of the power of the king of France. 

By K. 

Protection and safe-conduct, during pleasure, for Master Hugh de 
Engolisma, sacristan of the church of Narbonne, papal nuncio to England, 
Ireland and Wales, and for his sub-collectors and ministers ; and they 
are not to be arrested by reason of the said ordinance. By K. 

Protection with clause rogamus, for two years, for the master and brethren 
of the hospital of St. Thomas the Martyr of Aeon, in the city of. London, 
collecting alms in the churches. The king's bailiffs are to arrest 
any unauthorized persons collecting alms in their name. 



MEMBRANE 9. 

Nov. 12. Appointment of John de Weston, constable of the Tower of London, to 

Westminster, arrest John Poucyn of Canterbury, clerk. By K. 

The like of Hamo de Chikewell. By K. 

The like of John de Leycestre, clerk, and to deliver the said John when 

taken to the above constable or to the mayor of the said city. By K. 

The like of the following : — 

William de Henton | gigj.ijg^ 
John de Henle j 

Nov. 15. Protection with clause nolumus, for one year, for Richard Asselyn, 

Westminster. The like for the following : — 
John de Ifeld. 

Master John de Blebury, clerk. 
John de Godesfeld of London. 
The prior of Clifford in Wales. 



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1324. 



Nov. 18. 

Westminster. 

Nov. 17. 

Westminster. 

Nov. 16. 

Westminster. 

Nov. 16. 
Westminster. 



Nov. lo. 
Westminster. 



Nov. 15. 
Westminster, 



Nov. 15. 
Wesiminster. 



Nov. 11. 

Westminster. 



Membrane 9 — mnt. 

Thomas cle Tyiiton, parson of the church of Midlyngton. 
John de Writtele. 

Master Robert de Leycestre, parson of the church of Sibbesdon. 
Thomas de Leycestre, parson of the church of Clifton Caumvill. 

Robert de Langeton, parson of the church of IManton. 

Master Henry de Clif. 

Pardon to Robert de Matteshale of Bannebury of his outlawry in the 
county of Berks, for non-appearance before Henry de Pentelowo and his 
fellows, justices of oyer and terminer, to answer John le Porter of Staunton 
Harcourt touching a trespass by him and others at Abyndon ; as the said 
John has asserted in the Chancery that the said Robert has satisfied him 
with respect to the said trespass. 

Pardon to John son of John de Hastynges for acquiring to him and the 
heirs of his body from Aymer de Valencia, late earl of Pembroke, the manor 
of Cumpton, co. Somerset, held in chief, and re-granting the same to the 
earl for life, without the king's licence ; and restitution of the same to him 
and the heirs of his body, with reversion to the right heirs of the earl. 

By fine of 20 marks. 

Protection for one year for Master Robert de Patrica, a Roman, who is 
not of the power of the king of France. 

The like for the following, who are not, &c. :- — 

Simon Sapiti, rector of the church of Ekesclyf, in the diocese of 

Durham, born of Florence. By K. 

Master Philip Sapiti, rector of the church of Meriet, in the diocese of 

Bath and Wells, born of Florence. By K. 

Stephen de Jocels, of the county of Burgundy. 

By testimony of W. de Cusancia, clerk. 
John de Falouns, of the county of Burgundy. 

By the same testimony. 

Protection with clause rolnmus until Midsummer for J. bishop of 
Norwich, going beyond the seas on the king's service. By K. 



The like for the following going in like manner 
Master Thomas de Asteleye. 

J. bishop of Winchester. 



ByK. 



Nov. 15. 
Westminster, 



The like for the following going with the said bishop : — 
Walter de Harpham, parson of the church of Yevelton. 

By testimony of the bishop. 
Master James de Florencia, archdeacon of Winchester. 
Adam de Styvynton. 

Hugh de Patrinton, parson of the church of Baggehurst. 
Master William de Mees, parson of the church of Northberkhamstede. 
Edmund de Shireford. 

Adam Iveys of Salisbury, going with Master Thomas de Asteleye, 
king's clerk. By testimony of the said Thomas. 

J. bishop of Norwich has letters nominating John de Sutton, clerk, and 
Peter de Well[es] his attorneys for the same period. 

3317 ^ 



50 



CALENDAR OF PATENT ROLLS. 



1324. 



Nov. 11. 
Westminster. 



Nov. 14. 
Westminster, 



Nov. 16. 

Westminster, 



Dec. 11. 

Nottingham. 



Nov. 18. 
Westminster, 



Membrane 9 — cont. 

The following- have the like : — 

J, bishop of Winchester, nominating Master Robert de Stretford and 

Thomas de Evesham. 
Master Richard de Chaddeleye, parson of the church of Kemeseye, 

going with the bishop of Winchester, nominating Thomas de 

Brayles. 

Protection with clause wlinnus for the same period for the said Master 
Richard de Chaddesleye. By testimony of the said bishop. 

The like for the following going with the said bishop : — 
•John de Hounesworthe, parson of the church of Clent. 
Master William de Wygornia, parson of the church of Botteleye. 
Stephen de Icham, parson of the church of Wykham. 
Geoflrey Honlees. 
Robert le Mareschal of Suthwerk. 

Safe-conduct, for one year, for John Fourner, master of a ship called 
The Shiji of St. Blaise of Bayonne, Gerard de Bargoneys and Michael 
Marcader, citizens and merchants of Bayonne, who lately came within the 
realm to trade with wine and other merchandise, returning to their own 
parts. By K. on the information of W. de Ayrem[ynne] . 

Writ of aid until Michaelmas for W^illiam de Northwell, king's clerk, 
charged by the steward of the household and the keeeper of the wardrobe 
to make purveyance of hay and other necessaries for the office of the 
stewardship. By bill of the keeper of the Wardrobe. 

The like for Robert de Smithele, for the office of the king's marshalsea. 

By the same bill. 

Protection with clause volumus, for one year, for Master Richard de 
Marny, parson of the church of Leyre, going on the king's service with J. 
bishop of Winchester. By testimony of the said bishop. 

The like for the following going with the said bishop : — 
William de Hacton. 
John de Lacy. 
Peter de Haluton. 

Safe-conduct, until Michaelmas, for W. archbishop of Vienne, papal 
nuncio, going beyond seas. By K. 

The like for H. bishop of Orange. 



I 



Nov. 16. 

Westminster. 



Nov. 12. 

Westminster. 

Nov. 14. 
Westminster. 



MEMBRANE 8. 

Presentation of Matthew Huse to the church of Rosfeir, in the diocese of 
Bangor, void by the resignation of John de Haverbergh, the last rector. 

The like of the said John to the church of liladen, in the diocese of 
Lincoln, void by the resignation of the said Matthew, the last rector. 

Licence for the appropriation by the prior and convent of Haverford in 
Wales of the church of St. Ishmael in Lambston {in villa de Lambert in Ros) 
of their advowson. By fine of 100^. 

Pardon to Hughle Chapman, son and heir of Walter le Chapman, of the 
trespass of the same Walter in acquiring from the abbess of Shaftesbury a 
messuage, 16 acres of land and pasture for one beast of the plough, 6 cattle, 
2 bullocks, 100 sheep, 2 rams {hurtardos) and 10 swine in Gussuch, held in 
chief, and entering therein without licence, and for entering therein by 
hereditary right on the death of Walter, with restitution of the same. 

By fine of 1 mark. 



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1324. 
Nov. 16. 

Westminster. 

Nov. 14. 

Westminster. 



Nov. 16. 
Westminster, 



Nov. 16. 
Westminster. 



Nov. 17. 
Westminster 



Membrane 8 — emit. 

Grant to the mayor, bailiffs and good men of Dover of mura<?e for three 
years. By K. on the information of W. de Ayremynne. 

Appointment of John de Henle, clerk, to arrest William de Banham, 
clerk, and deliver him into the custody of .Tohn de Weston, constable of 
the Tower of London, or of the mayor of London. By K. 

The like of Robert de Glastynbury, clerk, to arrest John Pontyn, of 
Canterbury, clerk, and John de Clare, clerk, and deliver them to the custody 
of the said John or mayor. By K. 

Pardon to John de Mareys, ' mouner,' for acquiring in fee from Godfrey 
sometime bishop of Worcester, two mills in Kemeseye, held in chief of 
Edward I, at a rent of iOs. Qd., and entering therein without licence ; and 
licence for him to retain the same. By fine of 40s. 

Confirmation to the prior and brethren of the hospital of St. John, 
Lodelawe, of the following grants in frank almoin made by the following 
persons : — 

William Juvenis, 5 burgages in Froggelone, Lodelawe. 

Ralph le Joukare of Hereford and Agnes his wife, a house and place of 

land in Old Street, Lodelowe. 
Juliana, late the wife of Thomas de Lodeford, of licence to make and 

extend their gorce in the water of Temede above the bridge of 

Temede on her land and soil. 
Alan Carpenter, a burgage in 'le Olde Strete.' 
William son of William Sabyn of Lodelowe, a burgage with all buildings 

and appurtenances in Lodelowe. 
Reginald le Teynturer, a moiety of a burgage in Froggelane. 
John le Bonde of Stoke, a house without the old gate. 
Luke Godmon of Wehou, a house in Old Street and 2.s. of rent out of 

a house which Anian de la Pole held. 
Robert le Mercer, all his land in Froggelone. 
Roger Eilrich and Agnes his wife, the house and land which he bought 

of ]\Iaud Maynard and Agnes her daughter ; saving a rent to William 

de Furch[es] of Qd. and a rent to the said Maud and Agnes and their 

heirs of 2d. 
Alan Lorimer, with the consent of Alice his wife, a stall (fielda) which 

Gilbert de Lacy gave to him for his service. 
Richard de Momele, clerk, 7 acres of land in Aka. 
John Milcent of Lodelowe, son of Peter Milcent, 14 ridges {Helionibm) 

in Lodelowe. 
William son of Andrew, clerk, 2.s-. of rent out of the garden of William 

le Teynturer (Tinctoris) by the dyke of Lodelowe. 
Roger de Stanton, a quit-claim of all parcels of his meadow in Alta, 

except two parcels, whereof one is called ' Lutlemoresich ' and the 

other ' Tundemedue.' By fine of 40.s. 

Licence for the alienation in mortmain by Richard de Wilughby of 5 
marks of rent in Notingham to a chaplain to celebrate divine service daily 
at the altar of St. Mary the Virgin in the church of Wilughby on the 
Wolds. By fine of 100s. 

Grant to John, bishop of Norwich, who has gone beyond the seas on the 
king's service, that when he dies the executors of his will shall have free 
and full administration of his goods, and no escheator, sheriff' or other 
minister shall intermeddle therewith ; on condition that immediately after 
his death, the executors come to the exchequer and these find security to 
satisfy the king of the bishop's debts to him. 

By K. on the information of W. de Ayremynne. 



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CALENDAR OF PATENT ROLLS. 



1324. 

Nov. 19. 
Westminster. 



Mi'mhra)i(' 8 — emit. 

Mandate to Nicholas de Hugate, king's clerk, receiver of the moneys and 
victuals for the expedition of the king's affairs in the duchy, to purvey 
therefrom necessaries in Spain for the maintenance of the men already 
there on the king's service and of others about to come there ; and the 
expenses thereof shall be allowed in his account. 

By K. on the information of W. de Ayrem[ynne] . 



MEMBnANE 7. 



Nov. 15. 
Westminster, 



Licence, notwithstanding 



the late ordinance for the taking into the 
king's hands of all lands and goods of aliens of the power of France, for 
John de Triple, citizen of London, to retain the manor of Tynton, co. Kent, 
according to the terms of two deeds made to him to wit (1) A lease by Cono, 
late prior of Horton, in the diocese of Canterbury, and the convent of that 
house which belongs to the power of the king of France, to him of the said 
manor from the feast of St. Lawrence, in the king's thirteenth year, until 
5 years after Michaelmas then next, granted in consideration of 300 marks 
in hand paid ; except lands in that manor which William de Hethe holds 
for life, and with this proviso that jf the said John, his heirs or executors, 
should incur any loss by defect of the maintenance and defence of the walls 
and watergangs of Romenal Marsh or in any other way through the non- 
observance of the agreements on the part of the prior and convent, he and 
his heirs should keep the manor until he have indemnified himself for his 
loss out of the same. 

(2) A grant made to him by John, the present prior, that he shall 
retain the said manor and receive all its issues, beyond the term of the 
said five years until he has indemnified himself for his losses ; it having 
been found by account betAveen them that John de Triple, over and above 
the farm due by the above agreement, had paid in tenths of green wax, 
and maintenance of walls and watergangs of Romenal Marsh as 'well as 
other debts incident upon the prior and convent, the sum of 91/. By C. 

Nov. 18. Inspc.i-i lints and confirmation of a release dated at Westminster, 15 

Westminster, November, 18 Edward II, by Thomas, earl of Norfolk, marshal of England, 
the king's brother, to Hugh le Despenser, lord of Glaumorgan and 
Morganno to the following effect. Whereas on 17th August, 17 Edward II 
[p. 402], the earl granted for life to the said Hugh the castle of Strogoill 
and the manors and towns of Chepstowe and Tudenham and all his other 
lands and rents beyond the water of Saverne, viz. between that water and 
the water of Weye and elsewhere in Wales and the marches of Whales, 
without England, with all appurtenances, except the office of the marshal- 
sea if that were in any way appendant to the same, at the rent of 200/. ; he 
now for 1,200 marks in hand paid releases him from the said rent and from 
any action for waste, sale, exile or destruction committed in the premises 
whether in the past or in the future. Witness : — John, bishop of Norwyz, 
Walter, bishop of Exeter, Edmund, earl of Arundel, John de Guarrene, 
earl of Surrey, John de Hastinges, Robert del Isle, John de Crumwell and 
others, h^rciirh. . By K. 

Nov. 16. Licence, notwithstanding the late ordinance for the taking of the lands and 
Westminster, goods of aliens of the power of France, for John de Dynyeton, king's clerk, 
his executors and assigns, to retain the manor of Northglemham, co. Suffolk, 
according to a lease thereof made to him on Sunday before St. Valentine, 
17 Edward II, l)y Peter, prior of Theford of the Cluniac order, and the 
convent of that house, who are of the power of the king of France, to hold 



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58 



1324 



Nov. 20. 
Westmiuster. 



Nov. 21. 
Tower of 
London. 

Nov. 15. 

Westminster. 



Membrane 7 — eont. 

for his life, or by his executors for 10 years in case of his death, at a rent of 
20 marks, and the manors and churches of Dersham and Jokeford, in the 
same county, with all their appurtenances, except the advowsons of the 
of the vicarages and churches aforesaid, according to a chirograph whereby 
the said prior and convent, on Tuesday, the morrow of the Assumption, in 
the same year, let the same to him at farm for 5 years from the morrow of 
Michaelmas then next for 250 marks to be paid to them or to their attorney 
in London, viz. 50 marks a year. 

Protection, for one year, for Raymond de Rossilhaco, prebendary of 
Leghton upon Bronneswolde in the church of St. Mary, Lincoln, and for 
his men and lands ; that they be not molested by pretext of the ordinance 
of the taking of bodies of Frenchmen and arrest of their goods. 

By K. on the information of W. de Ayremynne. 

The like for Master Bernard de Cucinaco, prebendary of Stratton, in the 
church of St. Mary, Salisbury. By K. on the like information. 

Grant to Richard Dammory of the marriage of Robert son and heir of 
John de Ferers, tenant in chief. By p.s. 

Protection with clause noliimus, for one year, for the abbot of Certeseye in 
his manors of Certeseye, Chaveham, Thorp, Egeham, Fremele, Assh, Sutton, 
Colesdon, Horlee, Ebesham, Bokham, Clandon, Coveham, Waltham, and 
Petrechesham. 



Nov. 20. 
Tower of 
London. 

Nov. 22. 
Tower of 
London. 

Nov. 21. 
Tower ol 
London. 

Nov. 17. 
Westminster. 



MEMBRANE 6. 

John de Britannia, earl of Richmond, going beyond the seas on the 
king's service, has letters nominating Gerard de Cusancia, clerk, and 
R . . . . de Creyk, clerk, his attorneys until Midsummer. 

Protection with clause nohnims, for one year, for John de Rothewell and 
Adam de Rothewell. 

Safe-conduct, until the Purification, for Gilettus le Falconer, going 
beyond seas on the king's business. 

By K. on the information of Robert de Wodehous. 

Commission to Ralph de Nevill and John de Fenwyk to array in the 
county of Northumberland the knights, esquires and other men at arms, 
and all fencible men, to be ready by Candlemas for service in Gascony 
against the king of France; and to enquire what knights, esquires and 
other men at arms there are, and by whom retained ; and the king has 
commanded the arrayers and sheriff in the county to assist them. They, 
are to spare no one nor take bribes as others have done. French. [Pari. 
Writs] . By K. 

The like to the following in the following counties : — 

Peter Tilliol ) Cumberland. 

Richard de Denton ) 



John de Lancastre of Holgil 
Hugh de Louthre 

Walter de Stirkelond 
Edmund de Nevill 

John de Chetewynd 
John de Ardern 



Westmoreland. 



I Lancaster. 
[' Chester. 



54 



CALENDAR OF PATENT ROLLS. 



1324, 



Membra )ie 6 — cant. 



Thomas Ughtred 
John dc Sutton 
Richard Biroun 

William de Bokmynstre 
Thomas Newemarch 

Bernard de Bruys 
William do Bayous 

John de ]\Iounteny 
John Charnelles 

Alvrey de Solney 
AVilliam de Rosel 

William de Bermvnjjfham 
William de Lucy 

John Boyvill 
John Hakelut 

Thomas de Mounteny 
Thomas W^ake of Depyng 

John Moritz 
Robert de Veer 
Andrew de Seint Lyz 

William Moigne 
Matthew de Bassingbourn 

Anselm Mareschal 
George de Thorp 

William Giliard 
John de Wlielnetham 

Richard Perers 

John de Mounteney of Essex 

John de Wauton 

Robert de Echingham 
Roger de Bavent 

Robert de Kendale 
John de Cobeham 
Ralph Sauvage 

John de W^arblington 
John de Basinges 

Walter de Paveli 'le litz' 
Edmund Gascelyn 

W^illiam de Faucomberge 
Reynold de Montford 

William de Faucomberge 
Henry de Gilden 

Robert de Sapy 
William Tracy 



York. 



Lincoln. 



!• Rutland. 



Nottinerham. 



[ Derby. 

[ Warwick. 

[ Leicester. 

- Northampton. 



i 



Bedford and Buckingham. 



) Cambridge and Hunting- 
j don. 

i Norfolk. 
I Suffolk. 

- Essex and Hertford. 



Surrey and Sussex. 



Kent. 



J 

- Southampton. 
I Wilts. 
}■ Somerset. 
r Dorset. 
[' Gloucester. 



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65 



1324. 



Mciiihranr ij—cnnt. 



Nov. 23. 
Tower of 
London. 

Nov. 22. 

Tower of 
London. 

Nov. 28. 

Tower of 
London. 



Nov. 25. 
Bassingbourn. 



Peter de Graimsoiin 
Walter de Hugeford 

Thomas Hastang 
Nicholas de Aston 

Thomas de Halgheton 
Thomas de Pipe 

Fulk de Pembrigge 
Roger Corbet of Morton 

Richard de Hiwissh 
William de Botreaux 

Nicholas Dauney 
Peter de Chalons 

Edmund de Cornewayll 
Roger de Nowers 

John Harecourt 
Ro2:er de Nowers 



Hereford. 



[ Worcester. 

I Stafford. 

[ Salop. 

r Cornwall. 

r Devon. 

I Oxford. 

[ Berks. 

French. [Pari. Writs.] 

Protection, for one year, for brother Bentyvinus, master of the hospital 
of Altopascio in Tuscany, parson of the church of Great Trillowe, because 
he is not of the power of the king of France. By K. & C. 

Protection, for one year, unless etc., for John Roundel of Bristol, who is 
born of the power of the king of France, as he has a fixed domicile in 
Bristol and has found security. By K. and C. 

Protection with clause volmnus, until Midsummer for John de Eccles of 
Langham, going beyond the seas on the king's service with J. bishop of 
Norwich. By testimony of the said bishop. 

The like for Master John de Thweyt, parson of the church of Wynterton, 
going with the said bishop. By the like testimony. 

Pardon to Isabel, late the wife of Robert de Scales, of the trespass of the 
said Robert and herself in acquiring to them and the heirs of Robert a fourth 
part of the manor of Haselyngfeld from William de Monte Caniso and 
another fourth part from Peter Pycot, who held the said parts in chief, and 
entering therein without the licence of Edward I by letters under his great 
seal, with licence for her to retain the same. 

By fine of 60.s. because they had licence under the privy seal of 



Edward I. 



Cambridge. 



Nov. 30. 

Water 

Newton. 



Mandate to John de Blomvill, escheator in the counties of Norfolk etc. 

to deliver the temporalities of the abbey of Croylond to Henry de Casewyk, 

a monk of that house whose election as abbot has been confirmed by H. 

bishop of Lincoln and whose fealty the king has taken. By p.s. 

The like to the following : — 

Matthew Broun, escheator in Lincoln, &c. 
John de Bolingbrok, escheator in Warwick, &c. 
Writ de intendendo directed to the tenants. 



56 



CALENDAR OF PATENT ROLLS. 



1324. 
Nov. 22. 

Tower of 
London. 



Nov. 2L 
Puckeridge. 

Nov. 17. 

Westminster. 

Nov. 15. 

Westminster. 

131G. 

May 11. 

Westminster. 



1324. 

Nov. 19. 
Westminster 



Nov. 19. 

Westminster, 



Nov. 17. 

Westminster, 



Nov. 20. 
Tower of 
London. 



Nov. 20. 

Tower of 
London. 



MEMBRANE 5. 

Protection with clause nolumus for one year for Peter de Thurlaston, 
parson of the church of Brokhole. 
The like for the followini;- : — 

The prior of Royston. 

John de Crosseby, parson of the church of Tollesbury. 

Richard de Colyford. 

Alan de Rothewell, parson of the church of Knoston. 

Thomas Chenche, parson of the church of Bridbrok. 
Master John de Blebury, clerk. 



Pardon to Robert, prior of Huntyngdon, and William de Leghton, his 
fellow canon, for entering the free warren of Master Nicholas de Ros at 
Ufiyngton, hunting therein and carrying away hares, rabbits, partridges, 
and pheasants, whereof they ^\ere convicted before the king. 

By K. on the information of the archbishop of Canterbury. 

Viuated hecau.se in the ninth ijear. 

Licence, notwithstanding the late ordinance for taking into the king's 
hands lands and goods of aliens of the power of France, for John de 
Binieton clerk, and John de Cotum, citizen of London, according to the 
tenor of a lease made to them for 200/. in hand paid by Geoffrey, prior of 
Lenton, of the Cluniac order, and the convent of that place, who are of the 
power of the king of France, dated on Saturday the feast of St. Barnabas 
the Apostle, 16 Edward II, of the manor of Cortenhale with all its appur- 
tenances as well within as without the town of Cortenhale, except the 
advowson of the church thereof, for ten years from Michaelmas, 1322 ; 
which said sum the prior and convent have applied entirely for the good of 
their monastery, to retain the manor for that term. By C. 

Protection for one year for Raymond Pelegrini, parson of the church of 
Atherton, in the Isle of Wight, as he was born of the duchy and not of the 
power of the king of France. 

By K. on the information of W. Ayremynne. 

The like for the abbot of Gloria, of the order of Flora [Floreii) in the 
diocese of Anagni, parson of the church of Lide, in the diocese of Canter- 
bury, of the parts adjacent to the city of Rome, and not of the power of 
the king of France. 

Protection with clause vohunm until Midsummer for John de Britannia, 
earl of Richmond, going beyond seas on the king's service. By K. 

The like for the following:— • 

Master John de Hildesle, clerk. By K. 

William de Sautre, parson of the church of Grettone, going with the 
said Master John. By testimony of the said John. 

Richard de Perers, going with the said earl. By testimony of the earl. 
Bertram de Monte Bocherio, going with the earl. 
Master William Pollard, parson of the church of Whassyngburgh, 
going with the earl. 

Protection, for one year, for Simon Beuveys, parson of the church of 
Wotton by Northampton, born of the power of the king of France, who 
has given surety for good behaviour. 

By K. at the instance of John de Hastynges and by his mainprise. 



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67 



1324. 

Nov. 24. 

Westminster. 

Nov. 22. 
Tower of 
London. 



Nov. 16. 

Westminster. 



Membrane 5 — eimt. 

Grant to the bailiffs and good men of Kermerdyn of murage for one year. 

By K. on the information of W. de Ayremynne. 

Prohibition to all ecclesiastical persons from attempting anything in 
derogation of the king's right of collation to the prebend of Carleton and 
Thurleby in the chm-ch of St. Mary, Lincoln, in the king's gift by reason 
of the voidance of the see in time of Edward I, and to which he has collated 
Richard de Ayremynne, king's clerk. 

Writ of aid, for one year, for Thomas de Crokham, charged by Thomas 

de Useflete, king's clerk, clerk of the great wardrobe, to provide carriage 

for things purveyed for that office. By K. 

The like for Thomas de Crull. 



Nov. 21. 
Tower of 
London. 

Nov. 21. 
Tower of 
London. 



Nov. 21. 

Tower of 
London. 



Nov. 23. 
Tower of 
London. 



Nov. 18. 

Westminster. 

Nov. 23. 
Tower of 
London. 



Nov. 24. 

Westminster. 

Nov. 22. 
Tower of 
London. 



MEMBRANE 4. 

Presentation of Rostagnus de Landuno to the church of Routhbiry, in 
the diocese of Durham, in the king's gift by reason of the voidance of the 
bishopric of Carlisle. By K. on the information of W. de Ayrem[ynneJ. 

Prohibition to all ecclesiastical persons from proceedings in derogation of 
the king's right of collation to the prebend of Castre, in the church of 
St. Mary, Lincoln, in his gift by reason of the temporalities of the 
bishopric of Lincoln being in his hands, and of his collation of that prebend 
to Master Tido de Varisio, king's clerk. By K. 

Safe-conduct, during pleasure, for the merchants of Almain coming to 
the realm to trade ; that they be not disturbed for trespasses or debts of 
others, or trespasses in the past against the charter of the wool-staple, or 
any ordinance for the arrest of the bodies of Frenchmen and others of 
the power of France, with their land and goods. By K. 

Protection, for tw^o years, at the request of Mary, countess of Pembroke, 
for Mabel du Boys, Beatrice Meole, Nichola de Merkenez, and Alice 
Bonefoy, members of her household, who are of the power of the king of 
France. By K. 

The like for the said Mary, w^ho is a native of France. By K. 

Protection with clause nohdnus, for one year, for William Scot. 

The like for the following : — 

.John de Langeton, parson of the church of Langeton. 

Richard de Feriby, clerk. 

Robert de Pynho, parson of the church of Thurlestone. 

John de Feriby, clerk. 

William, parson of the church of Kestan. 

Matthew de Redemane, parson of the church of Shire. 

Hugh de Bouzi, parson of the church of Coudenne, constantly attendant 
on the king's service. By K. 

Although John de Britannia, earl of Richmond, lately mainprised to the 
king for the good behaviour of Bertram Mountboucher, knight, Peter de 
Morzeles and Robert Betyn. Friars Minors, Peter de Sancto Egidio, 
John de Tailli, William Malechat, John de Gynes, Peter de Ardern, 
Peter de Lamenyane, James le Barber, Richard le Barber, Michael 
de la Botelerie, William le Clerk, William Burdaunt, 'messager,' John le 



58 



CALENDAR OF PATENT HOLLS. 



131^4 



Nov. 22. 
Tower of 
London. 

Nov. 25. 
Bassinsbouni, 



Nov. 22. 
Tower of 
London. 



Dec. 4. 

Nottingham. 

Dec. 6. 

Nottingham. 

Dec. 6. 

Nottingham. 

Nov. 27. 
Tower of 
London. 



Dec. 18. 
Nottingham. 



Mciiihranc 4 — <()}it, 

Perdriour, Thouuis Cauchc, William de Kaundes, William Morel, William 
de Mountganoun, John Pykard, Ivo Ledos of Lambele, Robert le Freresman, 
Buchard de Theueiiy and Bertram his brother, and John de Chaunbri, 
members of his household and born of the power of France, and that 
they will not remove their goods or go from the realm without the 
king's special mandate, or send messenger or letters beyond the seas, yet 
because the said earl is going there on the king service and by his order 
and the said Bertram, Peter, c\:c. with the king's licence are going with the 
earl, the king grants that the earl shall shall not be charged in any 
way because of the mainprise, but if they return with him during the war 
with the king of France he shall be charged with the mainprise of those 
who return with him as before. By K. 

Master John de Hildesle, clerk, going beyond the seas on the king's service, 
has letters nominating Robert de Hemmyngburgh, clerk, and Edmund de 
Hildesle as his attorneys until Midsummer. 

Protection with clause voIiuhus, until Midsummer, for George de Saluciis, 
archdeacon of Birkyngham (sic), going beyond the seas on the king's 
service. By K. 

He has letters nominating James de Clanaxio and William de Northwyk 
as his attorneys for the same time. 

Protection with clause rohomis^ until Midsummer, for John de Rothewell, 
parson of the church of Asthorp, going with the above George. 

The same John has letters nominating Griffin de Cantyton and W^illiam 
de Northwyk, as his attorneys. 

Licence for Robert de Wodeham and Sibyl his wife to enfeoff Walter de 
AVodeham, their son, of a messuage, 64 acres of land, 10 acres of meadow, 
5 acres of pasture, G acres of wood and 6s. of rent in Byflet, held in chief. 

By p.s. 

Simple protection, for one year, for Master John Lambok, of Notingham. 

Protection with clause nolumus, for one year, for Master Henry de 
Mammesfeld, dean of St. Mary's, Lincoln. 

The like for :— 

John, parson of the church of Clifton. 
Robert de Clifton. 

Writ de intendendo for John de Barton, deputed by Stephen de Abyndon, 
king's Serjeant, the butler, to perform his office during his pleasure in the 
port of Kyngeston upon Hull. 

The like for Richard Bodmyn, deputed in the port {in portu) of Lyme 
and Brigewauter. 

Association of Hugh de Cokeseye, in the place of Nicholas Corbet, who 
cannot attend to this, with Nicholas de Aston, lately appointed to array 240 
footmen in the county of Wircestre, the city of Wircestre excepted, by 
Martinmas last ; the king wills that the array be made as soon as may be 
because he has ordered his passage to the duchy of Gascony on Mid-Lent 
Sunday. French. [Pari. Writs.'] By K. 



Nov. 22. 
Tower of 
London. 



MEMBRANE 8. 
Licence for the abbot of Rufford to grant twelve oaks in his woods 
within the forest of Shirewod to Henry le Scrop ; and for the latter to cut 
them down and carry them away. 

By K. on the information of W. de Ayrem[ynne]. 



IS KDWAKl) li. -Paut 1 



no 



1324. 

Nov. 18. 

Westminster, 



Nov. 16. 

Westminister. 



Nov. 25. 
Bassingbourn. 



Nov. 22. 
Tower of 
London. 

Nov. 24. 
Tower of 
London. 

Nov. 25. 
Bassingbourn. 

Nov. 22. 
Tower of 
London. 

Dec. 6. 

Nottingham. 

Dec. 6. 

Nottingham. 

Nov. 26. 
Bassingbourn. 



Nov. 24. 
Puckeridge. 



Nov. 20. 
Tower of 
London. 



Nov. 24. 

Puekeridge. 



Dec. 8. 
Nottingham. 



Membrane '6 — cont. 

Protection for William do Alin.qio, parson of the church of Ncwenton by 
Suth-sverk, who is of the county of Burgundy and not of the power of the 
king of France. 

By K. at the request and by testimony of William de Cusancia. 

Pardon to Thomas de Hevere and John de Berkyngg for acquiring for 
their lives from Thomas, bishop of Worcester, the manor of Aston 
Bishop's, held in chief, at a rent of 10 marks, and entering therein 
without licence ; and licence for them to retain the same. 

By line of lOOs. Worcester. 

Mandate to the bailiffs of Great Yarmouth and to all other bailiffs and 
others not to molest John Perbroun, and other good men of that town, 
who have licence with their ships to take Avheat and red herring [allec 
sorum) to the duchy to make their profit of, notwithstanding any ordinance 
against taking victuals there. By p.s. 

Protection with clause nolumus, for two years, for Theobald Poleyn, 
Serjeant of the rolls of the Chancery. 

The like for one year for the following : — 

Robert de Kellum, clerk, constantly attendant upon the king's business 
in the Chancery. 

Joan late the wife of Thomas Beaufiour. 
John de Feriby, clerk. 

Master Robert de Bridelyngton, parson of the church of Matlok. 
Richard Spygurnel. 

The prior of St. Oswald's, Nostel. 

Roger Paul and William de Hurwurthe, canons of Carlisle, bringing 
news of the death of J. their bishop, have letters for the prior and convent 
of licence to elect. By p.s. 

Mary late the wife of Aymer de Valencia, earl of Pembroke, staying in 
England, has letters nominating Roger de Houetoft and Laurence Cod 
as her attorneys in Ireland for tw^o years. 

Protection at the request of John de Britannia, earl of Richmond, for 
Luke de Cheveigneyo, parson of the church of Swaffham, although he is 
born of the power of the king of France. Dy K. 

The like for the following, at the request of the said earl : — 
John de Quengou, parson of the church of Ledenham. 
Richard, prior of Swaveseye. 

Safeconduct, until Midsummer, for George de Saluciis, king's clerk, 
archdeacon of Bukyngham, going beyond seas on the king's business, and 
his household. By K. 

Writ of aid, until Michaelmas, for Hugh de Lyncestre, servant of Queen 
Isabella, charged by the steward of her household and the keeper of her 
wardrobe, with making purveyances for the office of her scullery. 

By K. on the information of Robert de Wodhous. 



60 



CALENDAR OF PATENT ROLLS. 



1324, 



Membrane 3 — cant. 



Dec. 11. 

Nottin<;ham. 



Dec. 13. 

Nottingham. 



Dec. 12. 

Nottingham. 



Dec. 17. 

Nottingham. 



The like to the following in her 
John de Chetyngfold, 

Robert de Denhiirst, 
"William de Kenyngton, 

John Draper, 
John Cosyn, 

Walter de Hynkele, 
John Russel, 

Roger Pate, 
William de Oxneye, 

John de Wisberewe, 
Ralph de Wendovre, 

Simon Constantyn, 
Robert le Parker, 
John de la Marche, 
William atte Putte, 



following offices : — 
scullery. 

!• marshalsea. 

t poultry. 

i hall and chamber. 

- bakery. 

kitchen. 

pantry and buttery, 
carriage of harnesses, 
saucery. 
wines. 



The like for John de Astwyk, charged to lodge the household and the 
horses of the queen. By K. on the like information. 

The like for the following : — 

Robert de Bamburgh, for the same ofiice. 
William de Oxneye, for the pantry and buttery. 

Protection with clause nolumiis, for two years, for Master Henry de 
Clif, prebendary of Applesthorp in the church of St. Peter, York. 

The like for one year for : — 
Robert de Langeton, clerk. 
Peter Oliver, parson of the church of Navenby. 
Thomas de Garton, parson of the church of Oure. 
William de Holynes, clerk. 

Thomas del Bed of Esynden. By K. 

John de Holm. 

The prior of the Hospital of St. John of Jerusalem in England. 

Pardon to Robert de Wolryngton of the trespasses touching the manor 
of Eton by Hedon held in chief as of the honor of Tikhill, as appears by 
inquisition made by John de Bolyngbrok, escheator in the counties of 
Warwick, &c. which he granted to Henry son of Roger de Bradeburne in 
fee and the latter regranted in tail to him and Margery his wife, with 
remainder to his right heirs of Robert, and both Henry and he entered 
into without licence ; and licence for him to retain the same. 

By fine of 5 marks. Nottingham. 

Writ of aid, directed to the sheriff and others of the county of York for 
Richard de Moseleye, king's clerk, keeper of the castle of Conyngesburgh 
and of other forfeited lands in that county, appointed by the king to make 
four springalds out of the issues of his bailiwick, two to throw quarrels of 
^ ell in length with iron, and two to throw quarrels of {• ell with iron and 
300 quarrels, half of each length, and to cause the same to be brought to 
Kyngeston upon Hull, by the Purification, to be delivered to Richard de la 
Pole and his fellow -collectors of the custom in that port. By K. 



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61 



1094 Xfrmhrnur i\ — cont. 

The like for Thomas de Eyvill, keeper of the castle of Pontefract and 
other forfeited lands in the same county, appointed to make six springalds, 
three to throw f ell and three ^ ell quarrels and 700 quarrels, half of each 
length, to be delivered as above. P,y K. 



MEMBTiAXE 2. 

Nov. 28. Grant, for the king's affection to the chancellor and masters of the 

Huntingdon, university of Cambridge, to the mayor, bailitts and good men of that town 

of pavage for three years ; to be applied by advice of the said chancellor 

and masters. Jly p.s. 

Vacated because otherwise on the scheclnle senm hereinth. 

Memhrane 2 — Schedule. 

Nov. 28. The like, with some additions and changes of the customs to be taken. 
Huntingdon. J3y p c^^ 



Membrane 2 — cont. 

Dec. 8. Pardon to Thomas de Huntele and Iseult his wife of his outlawry and 

Nottingham, and her waiver in the county of Gloucester for non-appearance before the 
king to satisfy him of the ransom due from them by reason of their 
disseisin of Robert de Sapy and Alina his wife of the manor of Huntele, 
whereof they were convicted before the king ; on condition that they 
surrender straitway to the prison of Gloucester, and satisfy the king of what 
belongs to him and the said Robert and Alina of their damages. 

Dec. 8. Protection with clause nohmms, for one year, for William de Roston, 

Nottingham, servant of Richard de Ayremynne, king's clerk. 
The like for the followincf : — 
Reginald de Frome. 
Thomas de Gayrgrave. 

William de Newerk, parson of the church of Brenkton. 
William de Newerk, prebendary of Northmuskam, in the church of 
St. Mary, Suthwell. 

Nov. 26. Confirmation of a grant by the abbot and convent of St. Dogmell's to 

Westminster. John Herberd of a messuage, a mill and 5 'ferlings' of land in Radetrowe, 

CO. Devon, at a fee farm rent of 4 marks. Byline of 100s. Devon. 

Dec. 10. Licence for Richard de Langeford, clerk, and Joan his wife to enfeoff 

Nottingham. Thomas Brian of Suthwerk and Alice his wife of a messuage in Suthwerk, 

held in chief. By fine of ^ mark. Surrey. 

Dec. 12. Presentation of Peter de Horsley, chaplain, to the church of Luccombe, 

Nottingham, in the diocese of Bath and Wells, void by the resignation of William de 
Luccombe, the last rector, and in the king's gift by reason of his custody of 
the land and heir of Hugh de Luccombe, tenant in chief. 

Dec. 13. Robert de Sutton and Robert de Wylleby, canons of Newstead in Shirewode, 

Nottingham, bringing news of the resignation of Richard, the last prior, have letters 

for the subprior and convent of licence to elect. By K. 

Dec. 15 . Protection with clause ror/amus, for three years, for the warden of the bridge 

Nottingham, of Burton upon Trent, which is broken down, and for his proctors, collecting 
alms for the repair thereof. 



62 



CALENDAR OF PATENT KOLLB. 



1324. 

Dec. 17. 

Nottingham. 



Dec. 20. 
Nottingham. 



Dee. 17. 

Nottingham. 

Dec. 22. 

Nottingham. 



Dec. 18. 

Nottingham. 



Dec. 20. 

Nottingham. 



Dec. 23. 

Nottingham. 



Meinhraiic 2 — co)it. 

Grant, for three years, to Alice la Palmere and Hugh de Stapelford towards 
the repair of the bridge of Hethebeth and of the bridge of the new breach 
by the said bridge, of pontage on goods for sale coming to the town of 
Nottingham, to be applied in the repair of those bridges, by view and 
testimony of William de Beston and John Dand, burgesses of that town. 

ByK. 

Protection with clause nolumuH^ for two years, for Alice de Palmere. 

The like, for one year, for the following : — 

Koger de Waltham, parson of the church of Hay tf eld. 
John Gentilman of Lynton. 
William Tekne of Norhampton. 

Alice Russel. 

Hugh de Burgh, parson of the church of Patrikbrumpton, constantly 

attendant on the king's service. 
Adam de Brom, constantly attendant in the Chancery. 
Thomas de Barkeby. 

Appointment of John le Sturmy, admiral of the fleet from the mouth of 
the Thames northwards, to survey the corn, victuals, engines, hurdles and 
other things ordered to be purveyed for the expedition of the king's affairs 
in Gascony, and to accelerate the purveyance. . By K. 

The like of Robert Beudyn, admiral of the fleet from the mouth of the 
Thames westwards. By K. 

Pardon to John de Myners, late a rebel, of 500 marks whereby he made 
fine with the king to save his life and have his lands again. 

By K. on the information of W. de Ayremynne. 

Robert Busse and Roger de Pontyngdon, monks of Tavystok, bringing 
news of the death of Robert de Campellis, their abbot, have letters for the 
prior and convent of licence to elect. By K. on the like information. 

Safe-conduct, for one year, for Domingeo de la Perul, master of the king's 
galley called The Galley of St. George and the men and mariners thereof, 
going to divers parts on the king's service. By K. 

The like for William Bernard du Forn of Bayonne, master of the king's 
ship called The Ship of St. Edward and the men and mariners of the ship. 



MEM B BANE 1. 

Dec. 18. Licence for the abbot of Rufford to grant to Henry le Scrop twelve oaks 

Nottingham, fit for timber in his wood within the king's forest of Shirewode and for the 
same Henry to fell these and carry them away. 

By K. on the information of W. de Ayremynne. 

Dec. 18. Signification to W. archbishop of York, of the royal assent to the election 

Nottingham, of William de Thurgarton, canon of the priory of Newstead in Shirewode, 

to be prior of that house. By K. on the like information, 

Dec. 18. Appointment, during pleasure, of Warin de Rugge, brother of Isabel, wife 

Nottingham, of John de Orleton, who has been deaf and dumb from his birth and 

insufficient for the rule of himself and his lands, as appears to the full by 

examination of him before the king in Chancery and by signs has given 



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08 



1324. 



Dec. 20. 

Xottinjifhani. 



Dec. 21. 

Nottingham. 



Dec. 22. 

Nottingham. 



Dec. 22. 

Nottingham. 

Dec. 21. 

Nottingham. 



Mrnihraiic 1 — rout. 

his consent to this appointment, to have the custody of the said lands, 
which are held in chief, that these he not dilapidated on account of his 
insufficie;ncy, on condition that the said Walter keep the premises without 
dilapidation and out of the issues maintain the said John, his wife and 
children and necessary household accordint? to the quantity of the said 
lands ; and that any balance remaining over be converted by him to their 
use ; and that he answer to the said John for the issues by account. By C. 

InupcviniHn and confirmation of a charter dated at Oxford on Thursday 
the feast of St. Nicholas, 1824, notifying that Adam de Brom, clerk, in 
augmentation of the sciences and for the glory of the university of Oxford 
and for the saving of his soul and the souls of his parents and benefactors, 
has founded w^ith the king's licence a college of scholars, students in 
sacred theology and dialectics, in a messuage in the parish of St. Mary's, 
Oxford, which with the king's licence he acquired from Roger le Marescal, 
parson of the church of Tackeley, and has granted the said messuage to 
John de Laghton, elected rector of the said house of scholars, and to the 



Dec. 25. 

Nottingham, 

Dec. 21. 

Nottingham. 



-John de Dukelington, 
de Hampton, Richard 
Wormenhale, John de 



scholars thereof and their successors. Witnesses :- 
mayor of Oxford, William de Burnecestre, John 
Gary, John de Crokesford, the younger, Andrew 
Bisshopton and others. 

Licence for Ebulo Lestraunge and Alesia his wife to grant the castle and 
town of Halton, co. Chester, to Hugh le Despenser the younger, for the 
life of Alesia, to hold with knights' fees, advowsons, markets, fairs, chaces, 
warrens, fisheries and free customs ; with reversion to the king. By K. 

Vacated because otherwise below. 

Presentation of Adam de Stayngreve to the church of Thornouer, in the 
diocese of York, void by the resignation of William de Walmesford, the 
last rector. By K. 

Licence for Robert de Hamme, parson of the church of Kayrwent, to 
grant in fee tail to Thomas de Hamme and Maud his wife the manor of 
Wollayventon, co. Warwick, held in chief. By fine of 5 marks. Warwick. 

Licence, notwithstanding the late ordinance for the seizure for the king of 
the lands and goods of aliens of the power of the king of France for Hugh de 
Wylughby, parson of the church of Wylughby, to retain the church of 
Risshindene with the greater and lesser tithes, profits and fruits, and all 
tenements, messuages, lands, meadows and pastures belonging to the said 
church, by virtue of a lease thereof from five years from 1 August, 1824, 
made to him by Geoflrey, the prior and the convent of Lenton, who are of 
the said power, on 17 November, 1321, before the said oixlinance, in con- 
sideration of a release made to the prioi' and convent by Richard de 
Wilughby, knight, his father, of an ancient debt of 200 marks upon their 
house. I^y K. 

Protection with clause vulinnus, for one year, for Master Walter de Istelep, 
treasurer of Ireland, staying in Ireland on the king's service. By K. 

Licence for Ebulo Lestraunge and Alesia his wife to grant to Hugh le 
Despenser the younger, for the life of Alesia, the castle, manor and town of 
Halton, CO. Chester, and the manor of Wythenes, co. Lancaster, which 
they hold for her life by grant of the king, with all knights' fees, advow- 
sons, demesnes, lordships, hundreds, woods, parks, moors, marshes, 
meadows, plains, feedings and pastures, homages and services of free 



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CALENDAR OF PATENT ROLLS. 



1324. 



Dec. 27. 
Nottingham. 



Membrane 1 — cont. 

tenants, bondmen, goods [of bondmen], with their issue (secjudis), markets, 
fairs, chaces, warrens, fisheries, free customs and other things belonging 
thereto. By K. 

Appointment of Robert de Notingham, king's clerk, in the place of Adam 
de Lymbergh, who cannot attend to this^ with Master Robert de Redmere, 
lately appointed with the same Adam to survey and accelerate some 
purveyances of victuals and other things ordered to be made in the counties 
of Lincoln and York for the king's passage into Gascony. 



July 8. 
Porchester, 



July 15. 
Porchester. 



July 8. 
Porchester. 



MEMnriAXE Sid. 

Commission of oyer and terminer to John de Stonore, John de Bek, 
William Aylemere, John le Botiller of Lanultyt and Res ap Griffith, on 
petition by the people of Ewyas that Richard \Yroth and Alice his daughter, 
John Wroth and others killed Philip ap David, Yevan ap Kenewr[eyk] 
Wren and William ap David at Ewyas, despoiled Walter Benet of his goods, 
broke the house of John de Wynston at Red Castle, and carried away his 
goods, fished in the king's stanks and stews at W^alterston and carried away 
fish ; and that the said Richard, Alice and John drove away a mare and 28 
cows at Breghennok, received and maintained thieves and felons in the parts 
of Ewyas, and adhere to Roger de Mortuo Mari, 'le neveu,' the king's enemy 
and rebel, and afforded him aid and counsel in many ways. The jurors are 
to be of the lands of Breghennok, Elvayl and Grosmound, adjoining the 
land of Ewyas, and of the land of Ewyas ; and the king has commanded 
the keeper of the land of Ewyas, Robert Clement, keeper of the land of 
Breghennok, William la Zousch, lord of Elvayl, and Henry de Lancastre, 
the king's kinsman, lord of Grosmound, are to provide the jury. 

By pet. of C. 

The like to John de Mutford, John Sefoul and Simon de Hedersete, on 
complaint by Hervey de Saham that Thomas de Nerford, Randolf Sket, 
Thomas de Rykinghale, Robert le Scrikere, Robert le Vans, Richard Red, 
parson of the church of Greston, Henry Lewald, John de Hoo, Adam 
Pittok, John le Palfreiman, John Howe and others broke his close at Saham, 
CO. Norfolk, and the doors and windows of his houses there while he was 
staying by order of the king in the castle of Wlndesore for the munition 
thereof, drove away 7 Worses, 8 oxen, 11 cows, 9 bullocks, 40 swine and 
800 sheep of his, mowed his corn, and carried away corn, goods, doors, 
windows, 25 swans worth 10 marks and writings, and depastured and 
trampled down his grass. 

( hauf/cd hij the cJuincellor hecaiiHc Healed at another time. 

Afterwards, on 18 November, the king being at Westminster, Constantine 
de Mortuo Mari is associated in the above commission. 

The like to John de Stonore, John de Bek, William de Aylemer, John le 
Botiller of Lanultyt and Res ap Griffith, on petition by the people of Ewyas 
that Richard Wroth and John Wroth, the king's bailiffs of those parts, and 
their clerks and ministers have impoverished the people by false indictments, 
appeals, grievous ransoms, distraints and extortions, and the above 
mentioned keepers and lords of the lands of Ewyas, Breghennok, Elvayl 
and Grozmound are to provide a jury. By pet. of C. 



July 15. 

Porchester. 



MEMBRANE 36d. 

Commission of oyer and terminer to Henry Spigurnel, William de 
Assheburne, and John Beyer, on complaint by James de Puttenham that 



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65 



1324, 



July 17. 

Porehester, 



July 12. 
Porehester 



Mouhyanc 80// — c(mt. 

Alan Rewaud of Stokenchurche, Robert de Pagham, John Ic Bowyer, John 
de Powele, Ralph Bacon, Henry atte Ponde, Philip Folke, Robert atte 
Water, George Durdaunt, Richard de Penle, Richard atte Okslade, Richard 
' of Hoo ' of Aston Rewaud, Peter de Stokkenchurche, William le Whelere, 
Walter le Shovelere, Andrew de Newemere, John Hottcs, and Ralph 
Herteshole, with others, carried away his goods at Stokkenchurche, co. 
Oxford, and assaulted his men and servants. By K. 

The like to the same, on the like complaint by William de Puttenham. 

ByK. 

Commission to John de Insula Vecta, William de Hardenne, and Ralph 
de Bereford to deliver the gaol of Winchester of Alice wife of William de 
Borehunte, detained therein for assenting to the passage of Roger de 
Mortuo Mari of Wygemore, a rebel, lately being in the king's prison of 
London. 

Commission of oyer and terminer to Walter de Norwico, John de 
Mutford, John de Bousser and John de Denum, on complaint by divers 
persons that Gilbert de Burgh, and Edmund de Castelacre, the king's 
bailifis of the town of Ipswich, John Baude and John de Preston, his 
ministers of the said town, John son of Richard Haltebe, Thomas Randolf, 
John Cobat, Geoffrey Pecke, Peter le Jaye, William Cristofre, Richard 
Maynard, Thomas de Westhale, William Ryngeld, John le Deghere, 
Richard Starlyng, William de Breeme, Roger le Barkere, Miles le 
Fevre, John Godscalk, Hugh Smelt, John son of Margery Coulot, 
Robert de Colesdon, 'and others of the commonalty of that town presuming 
upon the liberties and immunities granted to them by the king's progenitors, 
have made unlawful confederacies and conspiracies by oaths and other 
means to maintain and defend one another in all plaints, exactions and 
demands, and under colour of this have put divers injuries and oppressions 
upon other men of the said town, who refused to join them, and upon 
merchants and others frequenting there, causing them under pretext of 
feigned larcenies, robberies and homicides to be indicted and imprisoned, 
some innocent persons to be convicted thereof, and some notorious male- 
factors to be acquitted ; assessing tallages and exactions upon the said 
merchants and men as though in the king's name and levying the same to 
their own use, and concealing felonies, robberies and homicides. By C. 



MEMBRANE 35d. 

July 9. Commission of oyer and terminer to Thomas de Veer, Roger Beler, and 

Porehester. Robert de Malberthorp touching the persons who killed Ponsard de Monte 
Martini and Eleanor his wife at Bradewell, co. Essex, those who after- 
wards received them, and those who procured the killing. 

By writ of secret seal. 

July 11. The like to Richard Damori, steward of the household, an* Richard de 

Porehester. Stapeldon, touching felonies committed in the counties of Devon, Somerset 

and Dorset by men at arms, mounted and on foot, coming to Plymmuth, 

CO. Devon, to go on the king's service to Gascony or staying there or 

returning home. By writ of secret seal. 

July 9. Commission to W. bishop of Exeter, the treasurer, and Richard Damory 

Porehester. steward of the household, appointed to survey and array the king's passage 

ordered at Plymmuth, co. Devon, to make orders touching ships and their 

munition, men, horses and armour, to retain if necessary a greater number 



3217 



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66 



CALENDAR OF PATENT ROLLS. 



1324. 



July 15. 
Porchester, 



July 16. 
Porchester. 



Dec. 18. 

Porchester. 

1325. 

Jan. 6. 
Raven sdale. 

March 8. 
Tower of 
London. 

May 16. 

Porchester. 

Jdly 5. 
Westminster. 



Membrane 35^/ — rout. 

of troops to go on the king's service, appraise the horses as is customary, 
make carriage, purveyances and other things, to inquire touching trespasses 
and disobedience against the king or his ministers, and to hear and 
determine plaints of trespasses and injuries amongst the men marching to 
Plynnnuth, staying there or returning home, and the king has commanded 
the sheriffs of the counties of Cornwall, Devon, Somerset and Dorset and 
all others to be attending, counselling and helping unto them therein. 

By writ of secret seal. 
Be it remembered that the letters directed to sheriffs, bailiff's and others 
were patent. [Pari. Writ^i.'] 

Commission of oyer and terminer to John de Mutford, John Sefoul 
and John Claver, on complaint by Ralph de Cammoys that Thomas de 
Nerford, Thomas de Rokynghale, (.s/r), Henry de Apehawe, Remigius, parson 
of the church of Hengham, Geoffrey de Wylleby, Peter de Remisman, 
^^'illiam de Rysyng, James de Risyng, and Thomas his brother, William 
Rosselyn, Thomas de Manstone, William de Brigham, John de Sibton, Roger 
Larcher, John de Quyneberge, Roberte le Hunte, Bartholomew de Asenawe, 
Richard Goche, Richard Snel, Richard Maundevill of S wanton, Roger le 
Hunte and others entered his manor at Flexthorp, co. Norfolk, and broke 
his park there and hunted therein, and carried away goods and deer. 

Chanr/ed hj the chancellor because sealed at another time. 

Commission of the peace, pursuant to the statute of Winchester, to John 
de Longevill and Robert de Daventre, in the cou^ity of Northampton. 

The like to the following in the following counties : — 
Robert Fiz Payn \ p , 

William de Stok ) -^o^^®^' 



Robert de Yaal 

John de Bysshopesdon 

John de Ifeld 
Robert de Estden 
John Fillol 

Robert Burdet 
Richard de Eggebaston. 

Thomas de Pipe 
Philip de Somervill 
Robert de Mauveysyn 
Philip de Lutteleye 



) 



Warwick. 



Essex. 



Leicester, 



Stafford. 



[Pari. Writs.] 



1324. 

July 8. 
Porchester. 



July 18. 
Porchester. 



MEMBRANE 34d. 

Association of John de Stonore in the commission of oyer and terminer 
to John de Bek and John de Barewe touching unlawful confederacies in the 
lands of Ewyas and Breghennok. 

Commission of oyer and terminer to Alexander de Cave, Geoffrey de 
Cave, and Robert de Scorburgh, on complaint by Hugh de Pontefracto that 
Thomas Hode of Houden, Alan Hode, John son of John Gentilman of 
Lynton, John de Broghton, chaplain, and Thomas his brother, Robert son 
of James le Barkere of Houden, Walter son of James le Barkere of Houden, 



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1324 



July 25. 
Porchestev, 



Membrane 34r/ — rout. 

Peter de Hothum of Houden, John J^ond of Kilpyn, Thomas Fisshe of 
Balkhohiie, Robert le Fornor of Houden, Thomas Toky of Kylpyn, Alan le 
Beriere, ' Thomasservaunt Hode ' and others, assaulted him at Houden, 
CO. York. By fine of 30s. York. 

The like to William de Cleydon, Hugh de Hamslap and John de Mere, 
on complaint by the abbot of Beaulieu that Ralph Monselawe and John his 
son, John de Falle and John his son, John Reynold and Jolni his son, 
Walter Brian, Roger Bryan, Adam Brian, Stephen Ncl of Cadelond, Robert 
de Assheden, John son of John Chippe, Peter Kauncholer, Walter Tyrpel, 
William Tirpel, Reginald atte Dane, Robert son of Augustin de Langele, 
Richard Daneman, Roger Daneman, William Daneman, William Austyn of 
Wodyton, William Crul, John Crul, Augustin Crul, William le Rok, 
John de Shifford, William le Whyte, Richard Whityng, Edward le Gute, 
Robert Bastard of Hardele, William le Yunge of Langele the younger, 
William Coleman of Staneswode, William Prat of Brightmaneston, Robert 
Algar of Stone, Roger Loneston, Robert Rolf of Leope, Adam Botsweyn, 
William Pynnok of Stone, Richard Pynnok of Staneswode, and others, 
filled up with earth, sand and stones dykes which he had made round 80^ 
acres of waste in a place called ' Nottele,' and 22 acres of waste in a place 
called ' Codelesdon,' and 38 acres of waste in a place called ' Oterwode,' in 
the New Forest, co. Southampton, which were arrented to him by John de 
Foxle, William de Hardenn and Hugh de Hampslape, commissioners 
appointed to arrent wastes in that forest ; and that the above persons 
uprooted the slips of- trees and thorns of the hedges which he had planted 
round the said places, and burned them and the stakes and poles of the 
said hedges, and threatened to kill his men if they made any enclosure 
there, so that he suffered loss by reason of the places remaining unenclosed 
and uncultivated although he is charged at the Exchequer with the farm 
thereof ; and that they beat his men and servants at the said place of 
Nottele, whereby he lost their service for a great time. By K. 



Aug. 2. 
Guildford. 



Aug. 8. 
Guildford. 



MEMBRANE SOd. 

Commission of oyer and terminer to Roger de Beler, Walter de Friskeneye, 
Robert de Malberthorp and Peter de Ludyngton, on complaint by the 
guardian of the Friars Minors of Lincoln that, while he was under the king's 
protection, John de Bevercotes and Margery his wife, Alexander Boteler of 
Lincoln, and Eglentina his wife, John Doubrigg and others broke his close 
and houses at Lincoln, and carried away his goods. By K. 

The like to Henry de Cobbeham, John de Bousser and John de If eld 
touching the persons who entered the free chace of Tonebrigge in the 
counties of Kent and Sussex, hunted therein and carried away deer. By K. 



MEMBRANE 29d. 

Aug. 29, Commission of oyer and terminer to Edmund de Hemmegrave, Simon de 

Battle. ' Hedersete and Robert de Asphale, upon information that Philip Harneys, 
John his brother, Geoffrey Stace, Henry his brother, Thomas Lu, John son 
of John de Grymmesby, Thomas Stace, Thomas le Maistre, Laurence le 
Clerk, Sniion Shakelok, Hugh ' Phelippesman Harnays,' and others making 
conspiracies in the town of Ipswich, co. Sufiblk, and compelling others by 
unlawful oaths to swear to maintain and defend them in all plaints, 



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CALENDAR OF PATENT ROLLS. 



1324. 



Mouhraur 29'/ — cont. 

assaulted Edmund de Castelacre and Gilbert de Burgh, bailiffs of the 
town, and John Haltebe, constable of the peace there, in exercising their 
offices and executing the king's mandates, besieged them in the house of 
John de Preston, at length broke the doors thereof, entered the house, and 
beat them and others who were in their company there for the preservation 
of the peace, and by their continual menaces prevent them from exercising 
their said offices. By p.s. 



Aug. 6. 
Guiklford, 



Aug. 17. 
Isleworth. 



MEMBRANE 2M. 

Commission to William de Bereford, Hervey de Staunton and William 
de Herle to examine at St. Martin le Grand the record and process of the 
following plea and to correct the error if any therein. Lately, at the suit 
of Cantus de Blank, merchant of the society of the Scali of Florence — setting 
forth that it was usual amongst alien merchants in the realm, in the case of 
loans and other deliveries betw^een them, for memoranda thereof to be made 
in their papers on both sides, stating the amount, the cause and term of 
payment, without any bond being made between them, and that the said 
Cantus had in that way lent 177^. Vds. to Baukinus Brunelesk', merchant of 
Florence, at London, and the said Baukinus had clandestinely taken away 
his paper and all his goods and was hastening away to foreign parts leaving 
the said Cantus unpaid — the king commanded the mayor and sheriffs of 
London to associate with themselves John de Stonore and John de Weston, 
constable of the Tower of London, and to call before them the said Cantus 
and Baukinus and other merchants of the society of the Bardi, Spini, 
Peruzzi, [of] Florence and others commorant in London, and by inquisition 
of such alien merchants, who were not suspected, to do justice in the 
matter. But in the record and process and rendering of judgment, the said 
Baukinus complains that there was manifest error. 

Association of John de Chtyndon, in the room of John Bever, who is 
attendant upon the king's business elsewhere, with Henry Spigurnel and 
William de Assheburne in a commission of oyer and terminer directed to 
the latter touching a complaint by William de Puttenham above recited. 
[Seep.Qi-^.] ^ ByK. 

The like touching a complaint of James de Puttenham. [See p. 64-5.] 

By K. 



Aug. 27. 
Tonbridge. 



MEMBRANE 21d. 

Appointment of Thomas Deyvill and Adam de Hoperton to deliver the 
gaol of the castle of York of Thomas Ganton of Wakefeld, detained therein 
for the death of Robert le Leche. 

Commission to William de Bereford, Hervey de Staunton and William de 
Herle to examine at St. Martin le Grand the record and process of a plea of 
trespass that was before the mayor and sheriffs of London between Richard 
de Reynham and Geoffrey parson of the church of Holy Trinity the Less, 
London, executors of the will of Thomas de Thorp, of the one part, and 
John le Wolf and Alice his wife, of the other part, and to correct an error 
which John and Alice complain has intervened therein. 



MEMBRANE 26^. 

Sept. IG. Commission of oyer and terminer to John de Bello Campo of Somersete, 

Porchester. John Randulf, Matthew de Clivedon, and John de Fosse, on complaint by 

Adam le Galeys that John son of Joan de Sancto Laudo, Edmund Loryng 



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1324. 



Sept. 18. 
Porchester. 



Xlciuhranr 26^/ — lont. 

and Joan his wife, Robert Loring, Gilbert Baldewyne, John de Gillyngham, 
John le Flecchere of Chitton, John son of \o)nitti'd] of Bruttone and others, 
broke his houses at Hutton, and carried away his goods and writings. 

By fine of lO.v. Somerset. 

The Uke to Ijambert de Trykynham and Henry de Fenton, on complaint 
by Richard de Honwell, Edmund de Cressy and Ralph de Sancto Laudo 
that William Gilmyn of Dodyngton, William Bolour, Roger Barioneys, 
Richard atte Barnes, Henry atte Lane, Richard atte Lane, William 
Graunteir, William Ascelot, Roger son of Ralph, Thomas le Clerc, 
Henry Brice, Henry Reinald, Richard Hert, William atte Tounhend of 
Westburgh, William Spare water, Richard le Warner of Bynyngton, 
Richard atte Tounhend of Bynyngton, Thomas Sampson, Henry Stiward, 
Walter Stiward, and others, broke the stank of their mill at Claypol, 
CO. Lincoln, and cut in pieces the tmiber placed there for the preservation 
of the stank, so that the water ran out and they lost the profit of their 
stank and mill. By K. 



Sept. 18. 
Porchester. 



Sept. 20. 
Porchester. 



Sept. 20. 

Porchester. 



MEMBRANE 2od. 

The like to Edmund de Passeleye and Hamo de Chigewelle, on complaint 
by John de Coblington that Richard, abbot of Westminster, Robert de 
Kirtlington, John de Bebury, William de Longardyn, Robert de Brakeleye, 
Michael de Bridbrok, Simon de Bristouu, John de Tyteburst {sic), his fellow 
monks, John son of Richard atte Watre, Walter son of Henry le Keu, John 
his brother, Richard atte Doune, Peter Page, Randolf le Pestour, John de 
Hereford, John de Wenlok, and others, assaulted him at Westminster, 
CO. Middlesex. By K, 

The like to the same on lilie complaint by the following : — 

William de Anesty. By K. 

Walter de Wycroft. By K. 

Robert de Sellyng. By K. 

Bartholomew de Monte Acuto. By K. 

The like to Robert de Aston, John de Peytou and Richard de Westbury, 
on complaint by John atte Chambre, 'cornmongre,' that, while he was 
under the king's protection, John Balle of Tredyngton, Nicholas Janekyn, 
William Poygnaunt, John Moygne, John Maudut of Neubolde, Robert 
Mariot, Alice Norman, Alice Robyns, William Harald, John Willekyn, 
William Roman, Thomas Baldewyne of Neubolde, John Hert of Derlescote, 
Nicholas Goffe, Nicholas Gobioun, Maud late the wife of Nicholas le Reve, 
John Thomas, John Sprigun, and others, carried away his goods at 
Tredynton, co. Worcester. By C. and by fine of 20s. 

Commission to Geoffrey le Scrop, Walter de Bello Gampo and Robert 
de Haustede to deliver the prison of the Marshalsea of Nicholas Kenwreyk, 
David le Harpour, Wadin Brisebon, Richard de Stoklond, Philip de Corne- 
wayle and John de Wandlesworth, who, asserting themselves to be of the 
king's household and following it at a distance, committed divers larcenies 
and"^ felonies at Winchester and elsewhere in the county of Southampton 
without the verge, whereof they have been indicted at that town, for which 
cause the marshals of the household by the king's order took them at 
Winchester and brought them to the said prison of the Marshalsea ; and 
therefore the king commands the marshals to have them and their attach- 
ments and the sheriff of Southampton to cause the said indictment to be 
brought before them, and jurors to be present at such time and place as 
they shall make known. By K. 



70 



CALENDAR OF PATENT ROLLS. 



1324. 

Sept. 20. 
Porchester. 



Membrane 2 5 d — cont. 

Commission of oyer and terminer to John de Cantebr[igia], Simon de 
Brunne, and Robert de Grauncet, on complaint by William Freman of 
Gritton that William de Saiitre, parson of the church of Gritton, John de 
Sautre, chaplain, Robert Jumet, William Margaret, Robert Vallet, Robert 
Redder, Geoftrey de Leyton, William son of Maud la Fevere, and others, 
assaulted him at Gretton, co. Cambridge. By fine of 20s'. 



Sept. 1. 
Pevensev 



Sept. 15. 
Porchester 



Sept. 15. 
Porchester. 



MEMBRANE 23d. 

Commission of oyer and terminer to Roger Beler, Robert de Malber- 
thorp, Lambert de Trikingham and Henry de Fenton, on complaint by 
Thomas de Hemmyngburgh that William Motekan of Neuton, John his 
son, Thomas Motekan of Westrasen, Thomas son of Thomas de Nevill of 
Faldyngworth, Thomas Bridde of Neuton the younger, Robert ' the 
priorisserjant of Sixil,' Geoffrey Motekan of Neuton, Richard de 
Spridelyngton of Neuton, William son of Ralph de Neuton, Walter Kyn 
of Toft, Simon de Dalby of Normanby by Burtounstather, Richard Bridde 
of Neuton, and others, drove away six of his horses at Toft Neuton, co. 
Lincoln, of the price of 6Z. and other goods, and assaulted his men and 
servants. By fine of 206. 

Commission to Lambert de Trykyngham and Henry de Fenton, on 
petition before the king and council by the men of Claypol, co. Lincoln, 
and the parts adjacent shewing that whereas persons wishing to pass from 
Claypol to Newerk have been wont to pass by a way leading from Claypol 
over the bridge of Oldehebrigge, on the confines of the counties of Lincoln 
and Notingham, with horses, carts and other animals and carriages, the 
said bridge is now broken down and the timber and stones thereof are 
carried away, and the way itself is so washed away by inundations that men 
passing there cannot in these times discern it to their great risk, to survey 
the way and to enquire by jury of the said counties by whose default the 
bridge is so broken down, and who are bound to keep and maintain the 
same, and to distrain them to make restitution of the timber and stone 
taken away, and to repair and maintain the bridge and road. 

Commission (Je nalliiH et fossatis to Roger de Somervill, Hugh de 
Pikworth and Robert de Babbethorp, on the east side of the water of Ouse, 
between Turneheved and Barnebyfery, co. York. 



MEMBRANE 22d. 

Sept. 28. Commission to Walter de Bello Campo to enquire in the county of 

Porchester. Southampton touching persons pretending to be of the king's household, 

who have obtained lodging in divers parts of that county without the verge 

of that household and have carried away victuals without paying for the 

same. By K. 



MEMBRANE 21d. 



Oct. 8. Commission of oyer and terminer to John de Scures, James de Norton 

Porchester. and Thomas de Saunford, on complaint by William de Kyngeston that 

Bertrand de la Moi-e, William Bachelier, Simon le Messour of Warnebourne, 

Roger le Hunte, William Parker of Alton, and others, assaulted him at 

Winchester, co. Southampton. 



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1324. 

Oct. 8. 
Woolmer. 



MEMBRANE 20</. 

Commission of oyer and terminer to John de Mutford, Robert do Aspale 
and Simon de Hedersete on complaint by William Peyvre that Nicholas 
atte Wodehous, John le Barbour of Lenne, John Jolifjohan, Thomas le 
Palefrayman, Martin Attewode, Henry Benne, John Caprun, Roger son of 
John de Gunton, Thomas de Antyngham, William Bertelmeu, Theobald 
Fist, John Cailli, Ralph, parson of the church of Erpyngham, and others, 
entered his manor at Thorpemarket, and carried away goods, and assaulted 
Hawisia his wife, so that she miscarried, and assaulted his men ; the jury 
to be of the county of Suffolk. By fine of 20-s. 



MEMBRANE 18d. 

Oct. 23. Commission to John de Bousser, John de Cantebr[igia] and Robert de 

Tower of Asshele to examine at St. Martin le Grand the record and process of a 
°^ °^" plea that was before Ralph de Sandwyco, sometime keeper of the city 
of London, and William de Leyre and Thomas Romayn, then sheriffs 
of the city, by writ of Edward I, between Maud daughter of Christiana 
Sperlyng, now wife of Bartholomew de Kent, ' tayllour,' and Felicia 
her sister, now wife of William le Markeys, 'fitheler,' of the one part, 
and Thomas son of John Doget, Hamo de Hethe and Alice his wife, 
of the other part, that the latter render the services due out of a free 
tenement in London which they held of the said Maud and Felicia, which 
said Hamo and Alice held a life estate in the premises, part of the 
inheritance of the said Thomas son of John, by bequest of the said John 
Doget, the father of the said Thomas son of John, whose heir he is ; and 
to correct any error therein. The examination is to be made in the 
presence of the now mayor and sheriffs, the parties, and Henry Prodhomme, 
who holds three shops, and Godwin Turk, who holds one shop, of the 
tenement aforesaid. 

Oct. 29. Commission of the peace pursuant to the statute of Winchester, to 

Westminster. Walter de Huntyngfeld and William de Chymbeham, in the county of 
Kent. [Pari. WriU.] 



Oct. 20. 
Tower of 
London. 



Oct. 25. 
Tower of 
London. 



MEMBRANE lid. 

Commission of oyer and terminer to Edmund de Passele, Robert de 
Malberthorp and John de Stonore touching the death of Roger Alomaly, 
the king's stonemason, in the chapel of the palace of Westminster at 
Westminster, co. Middlesex, and divers trespasses against other of the king's 
stonemasons there, committed by monks of Westminster and others, as is 
said. By K. 

The like to Thomas de Luda and Master John de Pykesle touching 
some evildoers in the counties of Oxford, Berks, Wilts, Southampton, 
Somerset and Dorset, who broke the parks of the king's enemies after these 
cam^into his hands by forfeiture, and entered the king's free chaces and 
warrens in those counties, hunted therein, felled the trees, fished in the 
stanks, stews and several fisheries, and carried away fish, trees, and some 
other goods late of the said enemies, deer, hares, rabbits, partridges and 
pheasants. By bill of the Treasurer. 

Afterwards, on 4 February, the king being at Westminster, Robert de 
Hungerford was associated in the above commission. 



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■1 QOA yiemhranc lid — cont. 

Oct. 29. The like to Henry de Cobeham and Henry de Sharden touching the 

Westminster, persons who with Ralph Duboneye the elder, Alexander Forester ' Rauf- 

servant Duboneye,' Geoffrey de Hardesham, Adam his brother, and Roger 

Peytevyn broke the king's park of Blechinglegh, co. Surrey, hunted therein 

and carried away deer. By K. 



Oct. 30. 

Westminster. 



The like to John de Bousser, John de Cauntebrigge and Simon de 
Bnnine, on complaint by Isabel late the wife of Salomon de Carleton of 
Ely that Roger de Essex, ' taverner,' Alexander de Alington, John de 
Queye, Benedict de Helegeye, John de Lydgate, Benedict Kellok, Henry 
Corner of Dounham, William Whitstot, John le Longe, Ralph Scot, and 
John Portejoye of Litleport, and others, broke her house at Ely, co. 
Cambridge, by night, and dragged her, as she lay naked in bed, from the 
same bed and beat her. By K. at the instance of Robert de Insula. 



Oct. 29. 

Westminister. 



Oct. 30. 
Westminster 



MEMBRANE 16c7. 

Commission of oyer and terminer to Henry de Cobeham and William 
de Cotes touching the persons who with David Ospring, Geofirey Molessh 
and John atte Frytlie, entered the king's free warren of Badelesmere, co. 
Kent, hunted therein and carried away conies. By K. 

The like to Richard de Baskervile, John Inge and Roger Carles touching 
oppressions and maladministration by William de la Wode, keeper of the 
castle and lands of Wyggemore now in the king's hands, which lands are 
in the counties of Hereford and Salop, as is said. 

By K. on the information of W. de Ayrem[ynne]. 



Nov. 1. 
Mortlake. 



MEMBRANE 14rf. 

Commission to Edmund de Hemmegrave, Simon de Hedersete and 
William de Gippewyco reciting that whereas, at the suit of John Fairher, 
burgess of Berwick on Tweed, setting forth that after the truce made 
betw^een the king and the men of Scotland, he came with a ship laden with 
salmon, deer-skins, tallow and other goods to Ipswich under a safe-conduct 
of Robert de Umframvill, earl of Anegos, and his fellows, keepers of the 
said truce in the parts of Northumberland, which safe-conduct was 
accepted by the king, to trade and sell amongst other things salmon to the 
value of 121. to John le Keu and Simon Shakelok and they have refused to 
pay the 121. and threatened him with loss of life and limbs, and that 
afterwards when he had sold the rest of his goods, and taken in a cargo 
of corn and other goods, to be taken to Scotland, Edmund de Castelacre, 
Henry Rotour and other men of that town arrested his ship and corn, and 
the above John, Simon, Edmund and Henry as also John le Blount, 
Thomas de Westhall, John de Melford and others of that town by collusion 
impleaded him by feigned and frivolous plaints in the court of that town, 
and praying for redress, the -king lately ordered the bailiffs of the town to 
call the parties before them and cause restitution of the 121. and satisfac- 
tion for his damages to be luade to him, the said bailiffs ^have done nothing 
herein ; and appointing them to find by inquisition on the oath of men of 
the county of Suffolk what damages the said John Fairher has sustained, 
to cause restitution of his ship and corn or the value thereof and satisfac- 
tion for damages to be made him and to punish all whom they shall find 
to be guilty herein. 

Vacated becaiOic ot/icncise beloic. 



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1324. 

Nov. 8. 
Westminster, 



Nov. 10. 

Westminster. 



Nov. 7. 

Westminster. 



Commission dc tralliifi ct fossatis to John Randolf, Elias de Godele and 
John de Fosse along the coast in the county of Somerset. 

The like to Walter de Friskeneye, Robert de Malberthorpe, Peter de 
Skremby and Gilbert de Toutheby bet^Yeen Grymesby and Boston,, co. 
Lincoln. 

Commission to Edmund de Hemmegrave, Simon de Hedersete and 
William de Gippewico touching the suit of John Fairher as above 
[ut. Ihl] with the addition following, named as having with others 
arrested his ship and parted the cargo among them, viz. Henry Rotour, 
John le Blount, John Coleman, John Irp, John Robat, John le Maistre, 
Andrew le Spicer, Laurence atte Wente, William Shriblound, William 
Bast, Henry Stace, Seman Meriel, Miles le Fevre and Thomas Coman. 

Commission to Richard de Wyndesore and William de Bradewcll, on 
complaint by men and tenants of the hundred of Istelworth, to enquire 
touching the behaviour of John de Enfeld and Roger de Broke, lately 
appointed in the county of Middlesex to survey the array in pursuance of 
the late proclamation, as it is charged that they and their deputies have 
assessed divers tallages on complainants by colour of providing arms and 
extorted money from them which they have converted to their own use, 
that they have spared able-bodied men for what these gave them and com- 
pelled the weak and poor who had nothing to give them to labour every 
day at divers places in the hundred and elsewhere in the county, and that 
they have done other extortions and grievances in this behalf. By p.s. 



MEMBRANE lid. 

Nov. 15. Association of John de Stonore and John Loveday in the commission of 

Westminster, oyer and terminer to Thomas de Luda and Master John de Pykesle 
touching trespasses in the parks of rebels in the counties of Oxford, Berks, 
Wilts, Southampton, Somerset and Dorset, since these came into the 
king's hands by forfeiture, and in the king's free chaces and warrens in 
those counties. 

Nov. 18. Commission de ivaUm etfosaatis to William la Zousche of Assheby, John 

Westminster, tie Cantebrigge, Simon de Brunne, and John de Hynton in the county of 
Cambridge. 



MEMBRANE lOrf. 

Nov. 13. Association of Roger Hillary in the commission of oyer and terminer to 

Westminster. Richard de la Bere, Thomas de Luda and John de Chetyngdon touching a 
complaint by William de Chastiloun, parson of the church of Bedhampton, 
that Alan de Lenne, John ' Aleinsmanoflenne,' Richard ' Aleinsprestof- 
lenne,' Richard Munde, Gilbert Wysman, and others, assaulted him at 
Lekhampstede, co. Buckingham. 



Nov. 16. 

Westminster. 



MEMBRANE 7d. 



Commission to John de Stonore, William de Denum and John Beyver 
reciting that ; whereas at the suit of Elizabeth late the wife of John de 
Pabenham the elder, setting forth that an assize of novel disseisin which 



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1324 



Nov. 24. 
Cheshunt. 



Nov. 23. 
Tower of 
London. 



Membrane Id — cojit, 

John de Pabenham arvamed before .John de Bousser, John de Cantebrigge 
and Simon de Brunn, then justices assigned to take assizes, juries and 
certifications in the county of l^edford, against her and others by original 
writ, touching a tenement in Wyiden passed by in the absence of her and 
the others, and that she had a writing of quit-claim to her of the tenement 
made under the seal of the said John de Pabenham, upon the making 
whereof the jurors of the assize were not examined, and could not be 
examined, because no mention was made of the said quit-claim in the plea, 
the king lately commanded the said justices to view the said document 
and do her justice according to the statute in that case, and that, although 
he afterwards appointed Roger Beler, Walter de Friskeneye and Robert de 
Malberthorp as justices to take all assizes. Sec. arramed before any of his 
justices in that county, willing that the whole matter should be finally 
determined before the former justices and not before the latter, he com- 
manded the said John, John and Simon to proceed to take the certification 
touching the premises notwithstanding the commission to Roger, Walter 
and Robert, and determine that matter finally, but they for divers matters 
elsewhere cannot attend to this ; he has appointed them for this in the 
place of the same John, John and Simon. 

Commission of oyer and terminer to John de Donecastre and Robert 
Russel on complaint by Master John Bussh, king's clerk, that Gilbert de 
Welton, and others, entered his manor at Hoton Paynel, co. York, and 
carried away goods. By p.s. 

The like to Constantine de Mortuo Mari, Simon de Hedersete and 
William Bout of Norwich, on complaint by John de Grantham, Robert 
But, John Pellessone, Peter Neve, Walter Warst, and Lambert de Rouberwe 
that whereas they put 82 sarplers, 3 pockets of wool and 26 pieces of lead 
at Boston in a ship of Lambesin Swan, mariner of Flanders, to be taken to 
le Swyn in Flanders, and the vessel was broken up at Blakeneye, co. Norfolk, 
and the said wool and lead cast on shore, a great number of the men of 
those parts carried away the same as wreck, although some men in the ship 
escaped to shore alive, and still detain such' wool and lead. By C. 



MEMBRANE 6d. 

Nov. 14. Commission de nalliu et fossatis to Roger de Cubbeldyk, Nicholas de 

Westminster. Leek, John de la Gotere of Boston, and Roger de Kymberle of Boston in 
the wapentake of Skirbeck in Holand, co. Lincoln. 

Nov. 25. Association of W'illiam de Denum in the place of Geoffrey de Hertilpol, 

Bassingbourn. who cannot attend to this, in the commission of oyer and terminer directed 

to the same Geoffrey, Robert de Asshele and Thomas Gegge touching the 

carrying away of wool of John Junctin from a ship sailing from London to 

Sandwich. [See Vol. iv, p. 449.] 



MEMBRANE 3d. 

Dec. 14. Commission to Henry le Scrop, John de Donecastre, Hugh de Meygnill 

Nottingham. , and Roger de Verdon to survey the weirs on either side of the Trent 

between the towns of Notingham and Gaynesburgh, in the counties of 

Notingham and Lincoln, and to cause all bars, chains and engines placed 

across the thread (rili) of the stream to be torn up so that ships and boats 



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1324. 



Membrane Sd — cont, 

nia}^ not be prevented from passing, as at present they are, and there may 
be a Avay of one perch on either side of the thread of the river as there used 
to be from the rivers Humbre and Use to Notingham for the munition of 
the king's castle there and the sustenance of the parts adjacent and tlie 
western parts. The said bars, &c. are to be at once carried to Notingham 
castle and those to whom they belong are to be warned to come without 
delay to the king to answer herein. By K. and C. 



MEMBRANE 2cL 



Dec. 16. Commission to Roger Beler and Robert de Holden to audit the account 

Nottingham, of the murage granted to the mayor, bailiffs and good men of Nottingham 

for three years from 12 January, in the fifteenth year. By K. 



MEMBRANE Id. 



Dec. 20. Commission of oyer and terminer to Henry Spigurnel, Roger Carles and 

Nottingham. William de Bradewell, touching the persons who broke the park of Robert 

de Fereres at Cherteley, co. Stafford, hunted therein and carried away deer. 

By K. on the information of R. Damory the elder. 



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1324. 

Dec. 24. 

Nottiniihtim. 



Dec. 28. 

Nottingham. 

Dec. 27. 

Nottingham. 



Dec. 26. 

Nottingham. 



Dec. 26. 

Nottingham. 



Dec. 23. 

Nottingham. 



Dec. 28. 

Nottingham. 



Dec. 28. 

Nottingham. 



:MEMBRANE 39. 
Protection with clause Jioluintis for one year for the abbot of Gerewedon. 

The like for the following : — 
Henry cle Faucomberg. 
Thomas le Yonge of Hodresfelcl. 

The prior of Kepyndon. 

John de Stoke, parson of the church of Wynewyk. 

Grant during pleasure to William la Zousche of Haryngworth of the 
liberty of hunting the fox, hare, cat and badger and other vermin 
{verm in a Di) within the forests in the counties of Northampton and Kutland ; 
provided that he do no damage to the king's deer. By p.s. 

Protection for John de Fenles, who was born of France, notwithstanding- 
the late ordinance for the taking of the bodies and seizing of the goods of 
the men of that power. By K. 

Safe-conduct for him until Easter. By K. 

Licence for William Corbet of Chaddesleye to grant in tail to Peter 
Corbet and Elizabeth his wife the manor of Chetynton, co. Salop, held in 
chief, with reversion to William and his heirs. By fine of 100s. Salop. 

Pardon to John Deyvill of Austan, knight, of his rebellion, with 
restitution of his lands. By K. 

Mandate to Edmund de Assheby, keeper of lands in the county of Lincoln, 
which are in the king's hands, to make restitution to the said John of his 
lands provided that if these had been let to farm the farmers thereof be 
compensated. 

Restitution to Clemencia late the wife of John de Vescy the younger, 
who is by birth of the power of the king of France, dwelling beyond the 
seas with the king's licence, of her lands and goods, which have been taken 
into the king's hands by reason of the late ordinance for the arrest of 
Frenchmen and taking of their lands, and protection with clause noln)iiu.s 
for one year, for her. By K. 

Pardon to Robert son of John de Saundeby, chaplain, and Anabel his 
sister for acquiring in fee to them and the heirs of Anabel from Robert de 
Saundeby a messuage and a bovate of land in Estmarkham, held in chief 
as of the honor of Tykhill, as appears by inquisition made by John de 
Bolingbrok, escheator in the counties of Warwick, &c. and entering therein 
without licence ; and restitution of the same. By fine of 1 mark. 

Licence for the alienation in mortmain by William de Mekesburgh of 
Nottingham, of 5 marks of rent in Notingham, to a chaplain to celebrate 
divine service daily in the church of St. Mary, Notingham, for the soul of 
the said WiUiam. By fine of 5 marks. 

Vacated because heloiv. 

Licence for the canons of Hautenprise (Cotingham in the wan/in) to 
acquire in mortmain land and rent to the value of 101. a year. By K. 



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vv 



1324. 

Dec. 30. 

Nottingham. 



Dec. 28. 

Nottingham. 



Dec. 30. 

Nottingham. 



1325. 

Jan. 8. 
Ravensdale. 



Jan. 15. 

Ravensdale. 



Jan. 16. 

Narborough 
Northburpli). 

Jan. 11. 
Derby. 

Jan. 17. 

Buckby. 

Jan. 12. 
Ravensdale. 



Jan. 12. 

Ravensdale. 



Membrane 39 — cnnt. 

Protection with clause nnlnmm for one year for John de Langeton, 
parson of the church of Curtlyngstoke. 

The like for the following : — 
The abbot of Beauchief . 
The abbot of Welbek. 
Adam de Brom, constantly attendant in the Chancery. 

John de Rythre. 

John de Langeton, knight. 

William Cosyn of Tyversalt. 

Pardon to Isabel late the wife of John de Castre for acquiring with her 
husband to them and the right heirs of John from Walter de Gloucestre, 
clerk, the manor of Kynggeshagh, held in chief, and entering theiein with- 
out licence, with restitution of the same. By tine of 40-s*. Nottingham. 

Writ of aid for men whom Robert Power, king's clerk, chamberlain of 
North "Wales, is sending to Ireland and elsewhere for corn and other 
victuals for the munition of the king's castles of North Wales. 

Presentation of John de Warblyngton to the church of Holy Trinity, 
Dorcestre, in the diocese of Salisbury, void by the resignation of Alan de 
Smerdenne, the last rector. 

Presentation of John de Thyngden to the church of Glenefeld, in the 
diocese of Lincoln, in the king's gift by reason of the temporalities of the 
priory of Ware being in his hands. By p.s. 

Protection wnth clause noliomis for one year for Robert de Mundenne, 
parson of the church of Btili'ord. 

Richard de Burgo, earl of Ulster, has letters nominating Henry Davy as 
his attorney in England for one year. 

Licence for the alienation in mortmain by Master John de Haryngton to 
the dean and chapter of the church of St. Mary, Lincoln, of a toft and 26 
acres of land in Haryngton and Assewardeby, in augmentation of the 
maintenance of a chaplain to celebrate divine service daily in the parish 
church of Haryngton for the souls of the said John, his ancestors and all 
the faithful departed. By fine of 1 mark. 

[Marginal note.] Here let there be a beginning of the second part of the 
fines in the beginning of the month of January. 

Licence for the alienation in mortmain by W. bishop of Exeter to the 
prior and convent of Frithelestok of 3 acres of land in Erniscombe and 
the advowson of the church of Erniscombe, to find certam chantries and 
maintain certain alms for the souls of the bishop and his successors. 

By fine of 100.s. 

Vacated hecauae otherwise in the patents of the nineteenth year hij the same 
Jine. 



1324. 

Dec. 23. 

Nottingham, 



MEMBRANE 38. 



Commission to Richard de Perers, John de Mounteny of Essex and John 
de Wanton, reciting their late appointment [of 17 November last] to array 
men at arms in the counties of Essex and Hertford to be at Portsmouth by 
Midlent Sunday for embarkation to Gascony, and commanding them to 
select fifteen of the men at arms so arrayed, who are not retained by the 



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1324 



Membrane 38 — cont, 

king or any other, and who do not either owe service to the king or per- 
form service for any other person, and to lead them to Portsmouth by the 
above date properly fitted out and ready to embark with the king for 
Gascony at the king's wages. This they are not to neglect to do at their 
peril, and they are to certify the king of their progress by Candlemas. 
Further, in addition to the said 15 men at arms and the 200 footmen 
already ordered [22 December] in the above counties, they are to select 100 
archers not forming part of the above contingent, and to have them at 
Portsmouth by the above date, and to report progress herein by Candlemas 
as above. French. [Pari. Writs.] By K, 

The like to the following in the following counties : — 

20 men at arms in the 



Roger de Bavent 
Luke de Vienne 



Robert de Kendale 
John de Cobham 
Ralph Sauvage 

John de Warblinton 
John de Basinges 

Walter de Pavely 

fitz' 
Edmund Gacelyn 



le 



William de Faucomberge) 
Reinauld de Mountfort » 
William de Faucomberge) 
Henry de Guldene ) 

Robert Sapy I 

William Tracy \ 



Thomas Hastang 
Nicholas de Aston 



Surrey and 

Sussex 



Kent 
Southampton 

Wilts 

Somerset 
Dorset 

Gloucester 
Worcester 



{-' 



Weald of Sussex, 100 
archers, beyond the 
100 footmen from each 
county. 

15 men at arms in the 
Weald, 100 archers, be- 
yond 200 footmen. 

10 men at arms, 100 
archers, beyond the 
250 footmen. 



[ 15 men at arms, 200 
archers, beyond the 
250 footmen. 

20 men at arms, 300 
archers, beyond the 
200 footmen. 

10 men at arms, 300 
archers, beyond the 
100 footmen. 

10 men at arms, 100 
archers, beyond the 
100 footmen. 



Oxford 



Berks 



20 men at arms, 40 
archers, beyond the 
200 footmen. 



Edmund de Cornwayll } 

Roger de Nowers ( 

John de Harcourt ) 

Roger de Nowers f 

Afterwards, on 24 January following, the king being at Langele, John 
Cifrewast was associated with the above William de Faucomberge and 
Reynauld in the place of Henry le {dc) Guldene, who is otherwise engaged 
in the king's business. By K. 

On 12 February, the king being at Westminster, Giles de Briaunzoun 
was associated with the above Luke in the place of Roger de Bavent, in the 
king's service elsewhere. [Pari. Writs.] 

Dec. 23. The like to John de Fenwyk and William de Felton, to select in the 

Nottingham, county of Northumberland 100 hobelers, mounted on horses other than 
mares, and to have them at Portsmuth ready to embark by Midlent. 

ByK. 



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Memhrane 88 — cont. 



The like to the following : — 
Richard de Denton 
Richard de Hodeleston 

Simon AVarde 
Thomas Ughtred 

Humphrey de Littelbury 
Norman Darcy 

John Courzon 
Roger de Antyngham 

John de Wittlebury 



Cumberland and Westmore- 
land, 120 hobelers. 

York, 120 hobelers, not of 
the 300 footmen required 
from that county. 

Lincoln, 100 hobelers not 
of the 300 footmen. 

Norfolk and Suffolk, 200 
hobelers, not of the 350 
footmen. 



William Moigne 



Rutland, 10 hobelers, not of 
the 50 footmen. 

Cambridge and Hunting- 
don, 20 hobelers, not of 
the 250 footmen. 
French. [Pari. Writs.] 

Dec. 22. The like to Alan de Cherleton and John de Stafford, to select in the 

Nottingham, counties of Salop and Stafford 60 hobelers as above not being part of the 

200 footmen, and 120 archers to be arrayed in that county and to have 

them at Portsmouth ready to embark by the above date. French, By K. 

The like to the following : — 

20 hobelers and 40 
archers, not of the 300 
footmen to be arrayed 
there. 



John Moriz 
John Olneye 



Bedford and 
Buckingham 



Nicholas de Charneles 
Roo-er la Zusche 



Roger de Chaundos 



Humphrey de Bassyng- 

burn 
Eustace de Burneby 



W^illiam Daune 
John de Denum 



^lichael de Haveryng- 

ton 
Edmund de Nevill 



Warwick and 

Leicester 



Hereford 



Northampton 



Nottingham 
and Derby 



Lancaster 



30 hobelers and 60 
archers, not of the 250 
footmen to be arrayed 
there. 

20 hobelers and 80 
archers, not of the 100 
footmen to be arrayed 
there. 

20 hobelers and 50 
archers, not of the 250 
footmen to be arrayed 
there. 

40 hobelers and 100 
archers. In these 
counties there are no 
footmen. 

/ 80 hobelers and 100 
J archers. In this county 
1 there are no mounted 



men or footmen. 



On 23 February following, the king being at Westminster, Walter de 
Holewell was associated with the above John de Olney in the place of 
John Morice, engaged on other business of the king. French. [Pari, 
Writs.] 



so 



CALENDAR OF PATENT ROLLS. 



1324. 

Dec. 27. 

Nottingham. 



Dec. 28. 
Nottinahcim. 



Dec. 26. 

NottiuKham. 



Dec. 28. 
Nottingham 



Dec. 26. 

Nottingham. 



Dec. 28. 

Nottingham. 



Dec. 30. 

Nottingham. 

1325. 

Jan. 4. 
Tutbury. 



Jan. 6. 

Ravensdale. 



MEMBRANE 37. 

Licence for William son of William to enfeoff Edmund Deyncourt of the 
manor of Emeleye, held in chief as of the manor of Wakefeld and of the 
manor of Darthington, likewise held in chief as of the honor of Pontefract, as 
the king is informed by inquisition made by Simon de Grymmesby, escheator 
in the counties of York, Westmoreland, Northumberland and Cumberland ; 
and for the said Edmund to regrant the same in tail to the said William 
and Isabel his wife, with successive remainders in tail male to John son of 
William and to Thomas son of William, brother of the said John ; and 
to the right heirs of William son of William. 

By fine of 12 marks. York. 

Grant to William de Herlaston, king's clerk, of the prebend of Bedeford 
Minor, in the church of St. Mary, Lincoln, in the king's gift by reason of 
the temporalities of the see being lately in his hands. By K. 

Mandate in pursuance to H. bishop of Lincoln. By K. 

Pardon to Adam son of Martin Box of any outlawry published against him 
in the county of Essex for non-appearance before the justices in eyre for 
pleas of the forest in that county, to answer touching a trespass of venison 
whereof he was indicted ; as well as of the ransom, imprisonment and other 
things that pertain to the king in this behalf. 

By K. on the information of Geoffrey le Scrop. 

Writ of aid for Henry Faucomberge, sheriff of Nottingham, assigned by 
the king to survey timber for springalds and quarels for the expedition to 
Gascony. By K. 

Licence for Andrew le Botiller of Hokerton to enfeoff' William de 
Ayremynne, king's clerk, of a messuage, a carucate of land and 40.«i. of 
rent in Hokerton, held in chief as of the honor of Tykhill, as appears by 
inquisition made by John de Bolyngbroke, escheator in the counties of 
Warwick, &c. ; and for the latter to regrant the same in tail to the said 
Andrew and Agnes his wife, with remainder to the right heirs of Andrew. 

By fine of f mark. Nottingham. 

Licence for the alienation in mortmain by William de Mekesburgh of 
Notingham of 5 marks of rent in Notingham to a chaplain to celebrate 
divine service daily in the church of St. Mary, Notingham, for the soul 
of the said William and the souls of all the faithfuL departed. 

By fine of 5 marks. Nottingham. 

[Marginal note.] Here the fines of the preceding months are sent to the 
Exchequer up to the month of January, where beginning is to be made for 
the second part of the fines. 

Protection with clause volumus for one year for Thomas Lercedekne', 
going to Gascony on the king's service. By K. 

Licence for Richard de Frivill to grant to Nicholas de Brom, parson of 
the church of Neuton, John Burre, vicar of the church of Great Cornerthe, 
and their heirs the reversion of the manor of Little Shelf ord and the 
advowson of the church of Little Shelford, expectant on the demise of 
Mabel de Frivill ; and for them, after receiving the attornment of Mabel, 
to re-grant the same to him and Margaret his wife, and his heirs. 

By fine of 20 marks. Cambridge. 

Whereas Roger de Bromdone lately acquired for life from William de 
Lowe a messuage, 80 acres of land and 40^-. of rent, in Lowe, then held of 
Roger de Mortuo Mari of Wygemore, before he forfeited to the king, as of 



18 EDWAR]) II.— P.utT 2. 



81 



1325 



Jan. 8. 

Ravensdale. 



Jan. 6. 
Tutbury. 



Jan. 23. 

Langley. 

Jan. 12. 

Ravensdale. 

Jan. 12. 
Melbourne. 

Jan. 13. 

VVhitwick. 

Jan. 12. 

liavensdale.* 



Jan. 12. 
Melbourne, 



Jan. 13. 
VVhitwick. 



Jan. 12. 

Melbourne. 

Jan. 16. 
Bagworth. 

Jan. 25. 

Langley. 



Membrane 37 — cont, 

his castle of Wytremore, and the said William afterwards, when the castle 
was in the king's hands hy the forfeiture of Ilo<^er, quit-claimed to the said 
Roger de ]->romdone and liis lieirs all his rigiit in the premises and granted 
also to him and his heirs the reversion of a messuage, 40 acres of land and 
20.s\ of rent in the same town, likewise held in chief as of the said castle, 
which Agnes late the wife of Ralph de Lowe holds in dower, without the 
king's licence having been obtained in the premises, and whereas the 
messuage, 80 acres of land and iOs. of rent have been taken into the king's 
liands because of the quit-claim ; the king has pardoned the trespass 
herein and granted that he shall have the same again and that after the 
death of Agnes he may enter into the reversion aforesaid. 

By fine of 6 marks. 

Protection for one year for Aymo de Sabaudia, brother of the count of 
Savoy, prebendary of Stranessale in the church of St. Peter, York, as he is 
not of the power of the king of France. 

By testimony of William de Cusancia. 

The like for Thomas de Sabaudia, prebendary of Nonewyk, in the church 
of St. Wilfrid, Ripon. By the like testimony. 

Protection with clause nohimus, for one year, for Geoffrey le Cok of 
London. 

The like for the following : — 

Adam de Braye, vicar of the church of Benflete. 
The prioress of -St. Helen's within Bishopesgate. 

The prioress of St. Mary's, Clerkenwell. 

The abbot of Wardon. 
Nicholas Sperlyng. 

Master Robert de Baldok, the younger. 

Richard de Barton, parson of the church of Sutton. 

Licence for Thomas Duraunt and Margaret his wife to enfeoff John son 
of John de ]3ohun, of a fourth part of the manor of Great Bresete and the 
advowson of the priory of the church of St. Leonard of the same town. 

• By fine of 40.s. 

Emelina de Lungespey, staying in England, has letters nominating 
Richard de la Hide and Hugh de la More as her attorneys in Ireland for 
two years. 

Grant to John de Lek of the livery which the rebel William de Bredon 
and his wife had in the house of Gracedieu, for such time as it shall 
remain in the king's hands. . By p.s. 

Presentation of Hugh de Novo Castro to the church of Lamvaess, in 
the diocese of Bangor. 

The like of William de Haverbergh to the church of Sibertoft, in the 
diocese of Lincoln. 

Protection for one year for Luke de Flisco, cardinal, prebendary of 
Longedon in the church of Lichfield, as he is not of the power of France. 



3317 



F 



82 



CALENDAR OF PATENT ROLLS 



1324. 

Dec. 80. 
Nottingham. 



Dec. 24. 

Nottingham. 



Dec. 28. 
Nottingham. 

Dec. 31. 

Nottingham. 



1325. 

Feb. 16. 
Westminster. 



Jan. 12. 

Ravensclale. 



Jan. 11. 

Tutbury. 



Jan. 3. 

Ravensdale. 



Jan. 22. 

Langley. 



Jan. 12. 

Melbourne. 

Jan. 24. 

Langley. 



MEMBRANE 36. 

Pardon to Robert son of John de Sanndeby for acquiring for life from 
Robert de Saundeby a bovate of land in Estmarkham, held in chief as 
of the honor of Tikhill, as appears by inquisition made by John de 
Bolyngbrok, escheator in the counties of Warwick, Sec. and entering 
therein without the king's licence ; with restitution of the same. 

By fine of i mark. Nottingham. 

Notification to H. bishop of Lincoln of the revocation of the late grant 
to Master John Portaly of the prebend of Bedeford Minor in the church of 
St. Mary, Lincoln. By K. 

Licence for the canons of Cotyngham to acquire in mortmain land and 
rent to the value of 101. a year. By K. 

Association of Andrew Peverel in the room of Robert de Echingham, 
otherwise engaged, with Roger de Bavent in the commission directed to the 
latter [23 December] for the array of 20 men at arms, 100 archers, beyond 
200 footmen already ordered in the counties of Surrey and Sussex. By K. 

French. [Pari. iVrits.] 

Substitution of John de Boudon in the place of the above Andrew, who 
is ill and feeble. French. [Pari. Writs.'] 

Presentation of Peter de Wormynton to the vicarage of the church of 
Penreth, in the diocese of Carlisle, in the king's gift by reason of the 
voidance of the bishopric of Carlisle. 

The like of John de Watenhull to the church of Manyngton in the 
diocese of Norwich, in the king's gift by reason of the lands late of Aymer 
de Valencia, earl of Pembroke, tenant in chief, being in the king's hands. 

Appointment during pleasure of Robert Malveisin to the custody of the 
stew^ardship of the forest of Cannoc. By p.s. 

Association of John de Stretele, in the place of Philip de Aylesbury, with 
John de la Penne in a commission of array directed to the latter in the 
county of Buckingham, as above. French. [Pari. Writs.'] 

The like of Malcolm de Castellon, in the room of John de Morteyn, with 
Ralph Fitz Richard in a like commission in the county of Bedford. 

French. [Pari. Writs.] 

Pardon to Almand Dacre of any outlawry in the county of York for 
non-appearance before John de Donecastre and his fellows, justices of oyer 
and terminer, to answer touching a plea of trespass against him and others 
of William archbishop of York ; on condition that he surrender at once to 
the prison of York and stand to right if the archbishop will proceed against 
him. By p.s. 

The like to John Dacre, word for word. By p.s. 

Protection with clause nolumus, for one year, for Peter le Piz Mauron of 
Spain, citizen of London. By K. 

The like for the following : — 

Master Alexander de Neuport, parson of the church of Warfeld. 

Master Roger de Scardeburgh, parson of the church of Stanewygge. 
Master John de Foderyngeye, parson of the church of Stone. 

William de Abyndon, parson of the church of Pateneye. 
The prior of Bruyton. 



18 EDWARD II.— Part 2. 



88 



1325. 

Jan. 23. 
Langley. 

Jan. 25. 
Langley. 

Jan. 24. 

Langley. 



Jan. 24. 
Langley. 



Mcinbrcuir 3G — cant. 

Presentation of Ralph de Gunthorp of Sibethorp to the church of Shenle, 
in the diocese of Lincoln. 13 y K. 

Protection for one year for Sanxius Garcie, squire and member of the 
household of Alfonso, king of Spain, prosecuting business of the said king 
at Sandwich and elsewhere within the realm. By K. 

Protection for Clement, prior of St. Neots, appointed to the custody of 
that house, which the king has taken into his hands, on condition that ho 
answer to him at the Exchequer a certain yearly cess at his will ; for as long 
as the prior has the custody. 

Licence, after inquisition ad qiiod (laminim made by the sheriff of Bedford, 
for John Moriz to inclose a path containing 50 perches in length by 30 feet 
in breadth, for the enlargement of his dwelling place in Elnestowe ; on con- 
dition that he make another path of like size, on his own soil, for public 
use. , By fine of ^ mark. 



Jan. 17. 

Biickby. 

Jan. 12. 
Melbourne. 



Jan. 17. 
Buckby. 

Jan. 27. 
Langley. 



Jan. 24. 

Lunsjley. 



Jan. 24. 

Langley. 



Jan. 27. 

Langley. 



MEMBRANE 35. 

Signification to W. archbishop of York of the royal assent to the election 
of William de Ayremynne, canon of York, to be bishop of Carlisle. By p.s. 

Mandate to Andrew Petri not to deliver out of his hands any of the goods 
late of Roderick de Ispannia, deceased, who dwelt longtime in the king's 
company during his minority and had the custody of divers manors and 
lands for several years' and received divers issues and profits, for which he 
never fully satisfied the king or rendered due account ; as the king 
understands that some part of these goods are in bis custody. 

Association of William Corbet, in the place of Thomas Hastang, with 
Nicholas de Aston in a commission of array lately directed to the latter for 
the county of Worcester. French. [Pmi. Writs.] By K. 

Protection with clause nolumus for one year for Geoffrey le Scrop, Albert 
Roger, John de Cherleton, Henry Darcy, Edmund de Aeon and William 
Prodhomme, executors of the will of John de Triple, and for his men, lands, 
rents and possessions in their custody. 

Licence for the alienation in mortmain to the abbot and convent of 
Rewley by Oxford, in satisfaction of lOs. of the 10/. yearly of land and rent 
which they have the king's licence to acquire, of the following tofts and 
lands in North Oseneye which are not held in chief, as appears by inquisition 
taken by Richard le Wayte, escheator in the county of Southampton &c: — 

by William de Puseye of Oxford, three tofts and two acres of meadow ; 

by John de Colshulle of Oxford, 2 acres of meadow ; 

by Richard le Coureour, three tofts ; 

by V/illiam de Wodeston, eight tofts; 

by William de Sutton, two tofts, and 

by Emma la Clothemonger, one toft. 

Licence for the alienation in mortmain by Adam de Skelton to the prior 
and convent of Drax of a messuage and a carucate and a half of land in 
Hilton, to find a chaplain to celebrate divine service daily in the church of 
All Saints, Skelton, for the soul of the said Adam and the souls of his 
ancestors and the faithful departed. By fine of 100s. York. 

Protection for one year for Ambrose de Castello, parson of the church of 
Spryngethorp, John de Brixia, merchant of Lombardy, and James Gece, 
merchant of Lucca, who are not of the power of the king of France. 



84 



CALENDAR OF PATENT ROLLS. 



1325. 
Jan. 26. 
Langley. 



Jan. 23. 
Langley. 

Jan. 27. 

Langley. 

Jan. 24. 
Langley. 



Jan. 30. 

Langley. 

Jan. 24. 

Langley. 



Jan. 31. 

Langley. 



Feb. 12. 
Westminster. 



Feb. 15. 
Westminster. 



Feb. 17. 
Westminster. 



Membrane 35 — cont. 

Order to sheriiis and others to arrest Peter Sanches de Relosse, near 
(veitiui de) Castro de Ordieles with his goods, who was lately bound at 
Sandwich to Andrew Petri, envoy of the king of Spain, in 34Z. which the 
latter paid for him to Peter Bard and Thomas Aspelon for the freight of a 
ship called The ship of St. Mary of Westminster, and has taken himself and 
his goods without the realm ; and detain him until he find security to pay 
the debt. By K. 

Protection with clause roZ?m??/.s until Michaelmas for Master Richard de 
Subbury, parson of the church of Torveye, staying in the court of Rome on 
the king's service. 

Protection with clause nolumus for one year for Master Poncius de Podio 
Barzaco, archdeacon of London, and prebendary of Bolum in the church of 
St. Peter, York. 

The like for Master Peter de Galicieno. 

The same Peter, going beyond the seas on the king's service, has letters 
nominating Adam Spircok and Robert Poune as his attorneys in England 
for one year. 

Protection with clause volumus for one year for Richard de Wylughby, 
staying in Ireland on the king's service. 

Roger de Stalham, staying in Gascony in the company of Edmund earl 
of Kent, the king's brother, on the king's service, has letters nominating 
John de Leukenore, parson of the church of St. Mary, Stanynglan, and 
John son of Thomas de Meldeburn, as his attorneys in England for one 
year. 

Grant during pleasure to John de Crumbwell and Idonia his wife of an 
easement of the king's houses in the manor of Aughmodesham, now in his 
hands for certain causes, for their stay therein. By K. 

Master Richard de Sobbury, staying beyond the seas, has letters 
nominating Thomas de Fencotes and Ralph de Braham as his attorneys in 
England for two years. 

J. bishop of Winchester, going beyond the seas on the king's service, 
has like letters nominating Master Robert de Stratford and Thomas de 
Evesham until Midsummer. 

John de Stonore, going in like manner, has like letters nominating John 
le Moigne and Richard Doylly for one year. 

Protection for one year for Imbert de Monte Martino, parson of the' 
church of Bradewell, in the diocese of London, on certificate by S. bishop 
of London, that he is born of the county of Burgundy and not of the power 
of the king of France. 

Mandate until Easter to keepers of ports to permit Bertram de Galard, 
knight, going to the duchy with his men and horses, to pass without 
hindrance. . By K. 



MEMBRANE 34. 



Grant to the mayor, baililfs and good men of the town of Cambridge, 
out of affection for the chancellor and masters of the University of that 
town, of pavage for three years. [Unfinished and cancelled."] 



18 EDWARD II.— Part 2. 



85 



1325, 

Jan. 24. 

Langley. 



Jan. 26. 

Langley. 

Jan. 13. 

Whitwick. 

Jan. 23. 

Langley. 

Jan. 25. 

Langley. 



Jan. 27. 
Langley. 



Jan. 10. 
E-avensdale. 



Jan. 11. 

Tutbury. 



Jan. 22. 

Langley. 



Jan. 25. 

Langley. 



Memhrauc 34 — cout. 

Protection with clause nolum\is for .John, vicar of the church of Merston 
St. Laurence. 

The like for one year for the following : — 

Adam de Norton, parson of the church of Frome Belet. 

Richard de Barton, parson of the church of Sutton. 
The abbot of Sautre. 

Nicholas de Snyterby, going to Ireland, has letters nominating William 
de Norton as his attorney in England for one year. 

Protection for one year for John son of Stephen de Berlyng, suing for 
the king before John de Bousser and his fellows, justices assigned to 
enquire touching goods of contrariants in the counties of Kent and Sussex, 
against Richard son of Richard de Norton and Robert atte Doune and 
others who have eloigned goods to the value of 200Z. late of Bartholomew 
de Assheburnham, late a rebel, pertaining to the king as forfeit, at Sutton 
Valence. 

Presentation of Henry de Stretford to the church of St. Mary, North- 
berkhampstede, in the diocese of Lincoln, void by the resignation of Master 
William de Mees, the last rector, and in the king's gift by reason of the 
temporalities of the priory of Wylmynton being in his hands. By K. 

Vacated because below. 

Mandate to John de Bolingbrok, escheator in the counties of Warwick, 
&c. to deliver the temporalities of the priory of Newstead in Shirewode to 
William de Thurgarton, one of the canons whose election as prior of that 
house was at first not confirmed by W. archbishop of York, as the right of 
preferment had devolved upon him, but who nevertheless has been appointed 
prior by the said archbishop. By p.s. 

The like to the following : — 

Matthew Broun, escheator in the counties of Lincoln, &c. 

Simon de Grymmesby, escheator in the counties of York, &c. 
Writ de intendendo directed to the tenants. 

Commission to John de Penebrugge and Roger Pychard, in the room of 
Richard de Baskervill and John de Barewe, who were appointed to select 
100 out of 400 footmen already arrayed in the county of Hereford, but who 
cannot attend to the business. French. [Pari. Writs.] 

Association of John Wake, in the room of William de Weylond who 
cannot attend, with John de Bures in the county of Somerset, and with 
Alan de Boxhull and William de Stoke in the county of Dorset, who were 
appointed to select 200 footmen jointly out of the 880 footmen in the county 
of Somerset and the 640 in the county of Dorset, already arrayed by the 
former commissioners. French. [Pari. Writs.] 

The like of John de Pabenham, in the room of Malcolm de Chastelon, 
who cannot attend, with Ralph Fitz Richard in the county of Bedford, and 
with John de la Penne and John de Streteleye, in the county of Bucking- 
ham, who were appointed to select 300 footmen jointly out of the 400 in 
the county of Bedford already arrayed by John de Morteyn and Ralph Fitz 
Richard, and the 500 in the county of Buckingham already arrayed by the 
said John de la Penne and Philip de Aylesbury. French. [Pari. Writs.] 



86 



CALENDAR OF PATENT ROLLS. 



1325. 

Jan. 26. 
Langley. 



Meinhranc 34 — amt. 

Pardon at the request of Isabel de Hastynges to William Prodhomme 
and Reginald de Conductu, late sheriffs of London, of the 40Z. wherein 
they were amerced before Hervey de Staunton and his fellows, justices last 
in eyre at the Tower of London, for the escapes of Robert le Bakere and 
Stephen de Thresk from the prison of Neugate ; and also of whatever 
belongs to the king by reason of such evasions. By K. 

William de Beare and Richard de Gotehurst, monks of Athelygnie, 
bringing news of the death of Osmund, their abbot, have letters for the 
prior and convent of licence to elect. By p.s. 

Feb. 1. Presentation of Henry de Stretford to the church of St. Mary, North- 

Westminster, berkhampstede, in the diocese of Lincoln, void by the resignation of 
Master William de Mees, the last rector, and in the king's gift by reason 
, of the temporalities of the priory of Wylmynton being in his hands. 
^ ByK. 

Feb. 15. The like of Peter de Nauntoil to the church of Little Laufare, in the 

Westminster, diocese of London. 



Jan. 19. 

Langley. 



Feb. 7. 

Westminster. 



Feb. 12. 
Westminster. 



Feb. 8. 
Westminster 



Jan. 8. 
Ravensdale. 



Feb. 12. 
Westminster. 



MEMBRANE 33. 

Confirmation to Henry, now prior, and the canons of St. Mary and 
St. Thomas the Martyr, Wospryngg, of a number of grants to their house 
(not dated or set out in full). By fine of lOO.s. Somerset. 

[Moiiasticon.] 

Pardon to John de Bibbesworth for not taking up the arms of a knight 
before Michaelmas last pursuant to the king's proclamation ; and respite 
therefrom for one year. ^ By K. 

Grant to Thomas de Folquardby, king's clerk, parson of the church of 
Cauleborn, in the Isle of Wight, at the request of J. bishop of Winchester, 
that he shall not be molested in his possession of the said church by reason 
of any right accruing to the king by reason of any voidance of the bishopric. 

By K. 

The like, at the request of the said bishop, to Master William de Mees, 
parson of the church of Stepelmordon, in the diocese of Ely, notwith- 
standing any right accruing by reason of any voidance of the bishopric of 
Winchester. By K. 

Pardon to the prior of Repyngdon of the 101. of his issues and goods 
lately forfeited while the king was at Notyngham before the steward and 
marshal of the household. By K. 

Ratification to Richard de Byflete, who was keeper of the lands of 
Edward earl of Chester, the king's son, in the Isle of Wight from 
St. Thomas the Apostle in the sixth year to 30 March in the tenth year and 
made fine with the said Edward to be quit of rendering on account for the 
said time, of such quittance so that he shall not hereafter be disturbed 
herein by reason of the minority of the said Edward. By p.s. 

Licence for John de Pabenham to enfeoff Master Henry de Clyf, king's 
clerk, of the manor of Wilden, held in chief as of the honor of Peverel, as 
appears by inquisition made by Richard le Wayte, escheator in the counties 
of Southampton, &c. ; and for the latter to re-grant the same to him and 
Joan his wife in survivorship, with remainders in tail to John his son, to 
James brother of the latter, to Edmund brother of the latter, and to the 
right heirs of the first named John. By fine of 10 marks. 



18 EDWARD II.— Part 2. 



87 



1325. 

Feb. 12. 

Westminster. 



Feb. 12. 

Westminster. 



Feb. 12. 

Westminster. 

Feb. 12. 

Westminster. 



Feb. 10. 

Westminster. . 



Feb. 12. 
Westminster. 



Feb. 17. 

Westminster. 



Mi'inJ)i-a)t(' i))] coiit. 

Protection with clause nolumus for one year for William do Norwych, 
parson of the church of Burp;h under Steynemore. 
The like for the abbot of Kevesby. 

Protection with clause vohuum for one year for William de Rishton, 
going beyond the seas on the king's service. By K. 

The like for the following, staying in Gascony on the king's service with 
Edmund earl of Kent, his brother : — 
Edmund Bacun. ' 
Robert de Leyburn. 

Power to John bishop of Norwich, John bishop of Winchester, and John 
de Britannia, earl of Richmond, to enter into a truce between the king and 
John de Britannia, duke of Brittany. [Fcedera.'] 

Licence for Franco de Scoland to enfeoff John de Leygrave of the manor 
of Cathangre, held in chief, and for him to re-grant the same in tail to the 
said Franco and Alice his wife, with remainder to the right heirs of Franco. 

By fine of 100.5. 

Licence for Philip de Somervill to enfeoff Richard de Byllyngton of the 
manors of Alrew^as and Wychenoure, co. Stafford, held in chief, and for 
him to re-grant them in tail male to the said Philip and Margaret his wife, 
w^th remainders to Res ap Griffit and Joan his wife, and the heirs of their 
bodies, and to the right heirs of the said Philip. By K. 

Appointment during pleasure of Richard Russel of Shrewsbury [Salop) 
to the custody of the smaller piece of the seal for the recognisances of 
debts in that town, according to the form of the statute of the merchants. 

Mandate to Roger Pride of Shrewsbury to deliver the said piece and 
other appurtenances of the office to him accordingly. 



Jan. 26. 
Langley. 



Jan. 28. 

Langley. 

Feb. 10. 
Westminster. 

Feb. 6. 

Westminster. 

Feb. 6. 
Westminster. 

Jan. 30. 

Langley. 



MEMBRANE 32. 

Protection with clause nolumus for one year for Laurence Meys, 
burgess of Southampton. 

The like for the following : — 
The prior of Caldewell. 
Christiana late the wife of Robert Videlu. 

John de Felstede, of London, ' taverner.' 

The abbot of Forde. 

Lucy Laweles. 

John son of Alan de Goldyngham. 

Licence for Margaret de Abernythyn to go to Scotland to treat with her 
friends for the recovery of the lands of her inheritance in Scotland. By K. 

Protection until Easter for Jordan Clokeman, of Dunkirk, of Flanders, 
going to Norfolk to prosecute a plea of trespass against John Warde of 
Colecestre, before John Perbroun of Jernemuth and Henry Rose, justices 
assigned to hear and determine the same. 



88 



CALENDAR OF PATENT ROLLS. 



1325. 
Feb. 3. 

Westminster 



Feb. 6. 

Westminster, 



Feb. 6. 
Westminster. 



1324. 

Oct. 80. 

VV^estminster. 



1325. 

Feb. 12. 

Westminster. 



Feb. 12. 

Westminster. 



Feb. 10. 

Westminster. 



Feb. 12. 
Westminster. 



Feb. 13. 

Westminster, 



Feb. 14. 

Westminster. 



Membrane 32 — cont. 

Protection for Master Thomas de Asteleye, king's clerk, and ratification 
of his estate in the benefices he at present holds, to wit the prebend of 
Stotfold in the church of Lichfield, of the patronage of the bishop of 
Coventry and Lichfield ; the prebend which Master Thomas de Laffeld 
lately held in the church of Bromyord, of the patronage of the bishop of 
Hereford ; and the church of Laylond, of the patronage of the abbot and 
convent of Evesham ; notwithstanding any right the king could claim 
therein. By K. 

Grant during pleasure to Ralph de Monte Hermerii, of the easement of 
the king's houses within the castle of Marlebergh, for the greater security 
of the king's daughters, as the king has ordained that these shall dwell in 
the company of the said Ralph and his wife. 

By K. on the information of William de Colby. 

Licence for the alienation in mortmain to the prior and convent of 
Kenilworth by John Lok and Roger de Boyvyll of a messuage, a mill, 10 
acres of land, 2 acres of meadow, 3 acres of pasture and 16s. of rent in 
Radeford Symely, and by Ralph de Saltford of 1^/. of rent there, not held 
in chief, as appears by inquisition made by John de Bolingbrok, escheator 
in the counties of Warwick, &c., in part satisfaction of their licence to 
acquire land and rent to the value of 151. a year. 

Protection for Gerard de Cusancia, Master John del Idle, chaplain, Peter 
chaplain of the said Gerard, John Dormaunz and William le Burgulon, of 
the household of the said Gerard, as they are of the county of Burgundy 
and not of the power of the king of France. 

By K. at the request and on the testimony of William de 
Cusancia, clerk. 

Protection with clause volumus until Midsummer for J. bishop of 
Winchester, going beyond seas on the king's service. By K. 

The like for one year for John de Stonore, going beyond seas on the 
king's service. By K. 

Protection for one year for Master Ralph Herbert, clerk of Almaric de 
Crodonio, the king's kinsman, and William Solayl, clerk of Peter son of the 
said Almaric, prosecuting business of the said Almaric and Peter within 
the realm. By K. 

Licence for Brian de Turbevill to grant to Ingelram Berenger the reversion 
of 10 marks Gs. Sd. of rent in Abberbury, held in chief, which William de 
Ludeford and John son of Robert de Ludeford hold for their lives by demise 
of the said Brian. By fine of lOO.s. 

Protection with clause volninm for one year for William Basset of 
Coventre, going to Gascony on the king's service. 

The said William has letters nominating John de Assheby and Roger de 
Bodenham as his attorneys for that time. 

Signification to J. bishop of Bath and Wells of the royal assent to the 
election of Robert de He, prior of Athelyngnye, to be abbot of that place. 

Safe-conduct until Michaelmas for John de Stonore, knight, Arnold 
Guillelmi de Bearnio, lord of Lescun, Master William de Weston, canon of 
St. Mary's, Lincoln, and professor of civil law, and Master Peter de 
Galiciano, canon in the church of Rouen, going to Spain on special business 
of the king. By K. 



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1325. 

Feb. 15. 

Westminster. 



Membrane 82 — cont. 

Mandate to W. bishop of Exeter to examine the elections made in the 
abbey of Tavystok after the death of Robert the late abbot, namely, by 
one party ,of Robert Busse, a monk of that house, and by a smaller party 
of John de Courtenay, another monk of the house, and to act according to 
his office, provided always that if he shall confirm either election he will 
certify the king thereof that the abbot elect may do fealty and receive from 
the king the temporalities of the abbey. By K. 



MEMBBANE 31. 

Jan. 30. Master John de Lescapon, prebendary of Houthe in the church of St. 

Langley. Patrick, Dublin, staying at the court of Rome, has letters nominating 
Master William de Lescapon and John de la Casa as his attorneys in 
Ireland for two years. 

Jan. 30. Pardon to William de Norton of his outlawry in the county of York for 

Langley. non-appearance before John de Sutton, Robert le Conestable, John de 
Hothum and William de Roston, justices of oyer and terminer, to answer 
touching a plea of trespass of Helming de Ossingbrugg ; on condition that 
he stand to right in the king's court if the said Helming will proceed 
against him. 

Pardon to Simon Matheu for the death of William le Smith, and of any 
consequent outlawry.' By p.s. 

Protection with clause noluimis for one year for the prior of Kenilworth. 

The like for : — 
Peter Carbonel. 
The prior of Worsspring. 

Thomas Chaumberlain of Oxford, 'taverner.' 

Thomas de Heselwod, parson of the church of Lynford. 

William de Warrewyk, parson of the church of Pampesworth. 

Roger Normaunt of Southampton. 

The prior of Montacute. 

Robert Fitz Payn. 

Whereas Ralph Basset of Drayton, who is staying on the king's service 
in Gascony, is causing a ship to be laden by his servants with corn, herrings, 
and other victuals to be brought to Gascony for the sustenance of him and 
his household, the king commands all bailiffs and others to permit those 
servants to pass with the said ship without impediment. By K. 

Feb. 22. Presentation of John de Amwell to the church of Westrasen in the diocese 

Westminster, of Lincoln, in the king's gift by reason of the temporalities of the priory of 

Holy Trinity, York, being in his hands. By K. 

Feb. 6. The Hke of Edmund de Lench to the church of Newenton, in the diocese 

Westminster, of Worcester, void by the resignation of Master James de Boys, the last 
rector, and in the king's gift by reason of his custody of the land and heir 
of Guy de Bello Campo, earl of Warwick, tenant in chief. 



Feb. 1. 
Mortlake. 

Feb. 4. 

Westminster, 



Feb. 10. 

Westminster. 



Feb. 18. 
Westminster. 

Feb. 8. 

Westminster. 

Feb. 15. 

Westminster. 

Feb. 4. 

Westminster. 



90 



CALENDAR OF PATENT ROLLS. 



1325. 

Jan. 24. 

Langley. 



Feb. 6. 

Westminster, 

Feb. 8. 

Westminster. 



Jan. 12. 
Melbourne. 



Feb. 12. 
Westminster. 

Feb. 15. 

Westminster. 



Feb. 14. 

Westminster. 



Feb. 14. 

Westminster. 



Feb. 17. 
Westminster. 



Feb. 15. 

Westminster. 



Membrane 31 — cont. 

Master Bindiis de Bandinellis, going to Ireland, has letters nominating 
William de Wodeford and John de Claydon as his attorneys in England 
for two years. 

Thomas de Ponyngges, staying in the king's service in the duchy, has 
like letters nominating Robert Clerbek and John Peverel for two years. 

The prior of Montacute, going beyond seas, has like letters nominating 
Thomas de Lee and William Wayne for one year. 

Safe-conduct for one year for the said prior. By K. 

Grant to the bailiffs and good men of the town of Swerkeston of pontage 
for three years for repair of the bridge over the Trent, to be taken by the 
hands of William Grave of Swerkeston, Richard de Swerkeston, Thomas 
Davy of Stanton and William Tillot, or their deputy, by supervision of the 
prior of Repindon. By p.s. 

Safe-conduct for one year for Reymond Despayne, master of a ship 
called Seint Geonje, going to divers places on business of the king. 

Pardon to Joan late the wife of William de Wyggebere for acquiring with 
her husband in fee from Gilbert de Chilton the manor of Wyggel)ere, held 
in chief of Edw^ard I., and entering therein without licence ; and restitution 
of the same to her for life, with remainder to the heirs of the said William. 

By fine of 10 marks. 

Licence for Richard de Fryvill to grant to Eleanor de Fryvyll that the 
manor of Little Shelford and the advowson of the church of that town, 
held in chief, which are now held for life by Mabel de Fryvill, shall remain 
to her for her life. By fine of 10 marks. 

Protection with clause voliimm until Michaelmas for Master William de 
Weston, prebendary of Leghton Busard in the church of St. Mary, Lincoln, 
going to Spain on the king's service. 

The like for John de Knyghton, going with him to Spain. 

The like for the following going with him to Gascony (.sic) : — 

Andrew de Herberbury, parson of a mediety of the church of Morton 

Daubeney. 
John de Felstede, ' taverner,' of London. 

Grant to William de Everdon, king's clerk, of the chapel of Est Tillebury, 
void by the resignation of Master Robert de Wygornia, king's clerk, the 
last rector, and in the king's gift by reason of his custody of the land and 
heir of Edmund le Botiller of Ireland, tenant in chief. 

Safe-conduct for one year for Emeric de Friscumbaldis, coming by the 
king's command from beyond seas to him in England. By K. 

The like for one year for Peter Cardynal, king's Serjeant, whom the 
king is sending beyond seas to forward some business for him. 

The like for one year for Bonacursus de Friscobaldis and the men of 
his household. By K. 



Feb. 18. 
Tower of 
London. 



MEMBRANE 30. 

Licence for the prior and convent of Clyfford in the march of Wales to 
acquire in mortmain land and rent not held in chief to the value of 10 
marks a year. By K. 



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91 



1325. 

Feb. 15. 

Westminster. 



Feb. 18. 

Westminster, 



Feb. 19. 

Tower of 
London. 

Feb. 13. 

Westminster. 



Feb. 16. 

Westminster. 



Feb. 16. 

Westminster. 



Feb. 20. 
Tower of 
London. 



Membrane 30 — cont. 

Safe-conduct until the Assumption for William de Dene, knight, and 
Stephen de Abyndon, going to Flanders to forward some business enjoined 
on them by the king. By K. 

Protection with clause volumus until Ascension Day for the above William 
de Dene. 

The like for the above Stephen de Abyndon. 

The like for one year for Edmund earl of Kent, the king's brother, 
staying beyond seas on the king's service. 

The like for John de Ellerker the younger, staying with him. 

Vitalis de Testa, prebendary of Therleton, in the church of St. Mary, 
Salisbury, and parson of the church of Hanneye, staying beyond seas, has 
letters nominating Richard de Aston and William de Derby as his attorneys 
in England for two years. 

Galhard cardinal deacon of St. Lucy's in Silice, precentor in the church 
of St. Mary, Cicestre, and archdeacon of Oxford, staying beyond seas, has 
like letters nominating the same. 

William cardinal priest of St. Ciriac's, precentor in the church of 
St. Mary, Lincoln, and archdeacon of Ely, and parson of the churches of 
Shorham and Spofford, staying beyond seas, has like letters nominating 
the same. 

Writ de intendendo for William de Snoryng, deputed by Stephen de 
Abyndon, king's Serjeant, the butler, to perform that office in the port of 
Lenne and all ports along the coast from there to Great Yarmouth, during 
the pleasure of the said butler. 

Pardon to Roger atte Brome of Stevenache for the death of Adam le Gal 
at Stebeneth, co. Middlesex, as it appears by the record of John de Bousser 
and Hamo de Chiggewell, justices appointed to deliver the gaol of Neugate, 
that he killed him in self-defence. 

Protection with clause volumm until Midsummer for William de 
Boudon, going beyond seas on the king's service with Queen Isabel. 

By testimony of Robert de Saunton {sic). 

The like for the following going with her : — 
Geoffrey de Cornewaille 
Robert de Staunton 
John de Oxendon 
John de Doune 

Edmund de Rammesbury i 

Gilbert de Sonnynghull ) 

John Cosyn. 
Richard de Dovre. 
John de Den. 
Walter de Chesthunt. 
Thomas de Loundres, clerk. 
John de Lutryngton. 
Ralph Burdet. 
John de Astewyk. 
John Sprot, clerk. 
Thomas de Storton. 
Philip de Beauveys. 
Ralph de Wendovre. 
Roger atte Beech. 



clerks. 



92 



CALENDAR OF PATENT ROLLS. 



1325. 



May 6. 

Winchester. 

Feb. 18. 
Westminster. 

Feb. 22. 
Tower of 
London. 

Feb. 28. 
Westminster. 

Feb. 15. 

Westminster. 



Feb. 18. 
Westminster, 



Feb. 10. 
Westminster. 

Feb. 16. 

Westminster. 



Feb. 21. 
Tower of 
London. 

Feb. 19. 

Tower of 
London. 



Feb. 18. 
Westminster. 



Feb. 22. 
Tower of 
London. 



Membrane 30 — cont. 
John du Char. 
William le Galeys. 
Robert de Sandale. 

William de Northwell, clerk. By testimony of William de Boudon. 
Robert Fiz Neel. 
W^illiam Geraud, ' chaundeler.' 
William de Kenle. 
John de la March. 
Thomas de Hockele, son of Richard de Hockele of London. 

By testimony of Robert de Staunton. 
Alice de Bello Campo. 

Alice Conan, until Michaelmas. 

By testimony of W. de. Ayrem[ynne]. 

Protection with clause nolnmus for one year for the prior of Repyndon. 

The like for the following : — 

Roger de Gildesburgh, parson of the church of Craueleye. 

Joan late the wife of Nicholas de Wokyndon. 

William de Salford, parson of the church of Folketon and prebendary 

in the church of St. Mary, Derlington. 
The prior of Durham. 

Simon de Baldreston, parson of the church of Heveresham. 
Joan, late the wife of Nicholas de Wokyndon. 

Protection with clause volumus until Ascension Day for Richard de 
Betoigne, going to Flanders on the king's service. By K. 

The like until Midsummer for the following, going beyond seas on the 
king's service : — 

Master John de Hildesle, parson of the church of Thyngden. 
John de Hodenvill, going with the said Master John. 

By testimony of the said Master John. 

Robert le Lou of Northmerston, going with John de Stonore. 

By testimony of the said John. 
The said Robert le Lou has letters nominating John de Toterno as his 
attorney in England. 

Richard de Betoigne has like letters nominating John de Bedeford until 
Ascension Day. By K. 

Mandate to Robert de Barton, king's clerk, guardian of the temporalities 
of the void bishopric of Carlisle, to deliver the same to William de 
Ayremynne, canon of York, whose election as bishop has been confirmed 
by William archbishop of York, and who has done fealty to the king. 

Byp.s. 

Writ de intendendo directed to the tenants. 

Stephen de Abindon, going to Flanders on the king's service, has letters 
nominating John de Bed' and John de Newerk as his attorneys in England 
until Ascension Day. 

Safe-conduct for one year for Bernard Pelegrini, king's yeoman at arms, 

going beyond the seas by the king's command. By K, 

The like for Master John de Hyldesle, parson of the church of Thyngden. 

• ByK. 



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18 EDWARD II.— Part 2. 



98 



1325. 

Feb. 18. 
Westminster. 



Feb. 21. 

Tower of 
London. 



Feb. 20. 

Tower of 
London. 



Feb. 20. 
Tower of 
London. 



Feb. 20. 
Tower of 
London. 



Membrane 80 — cont. 

Association of Robert de Hotot, in the room of Ralph Fuiz Richard, with 
John de Pabenham, John de la Penne and John de Strcteleye in the 
commission directed to the latter [on 22 December] to select 800 footmen 
out of th<3 levies of the counties of Bedford and Buckingham. 

French. [Pari. .Writi^.] 

Presentation of John de Foxton to the church of Great Porynglond, in 
the diocese of Norwich, void by the resignation of Roger de Gunton, the 
last parson, and in the king's gift by reason of the priory of Theford being 
in his hands. 

Licence for the alienation in mortmain by Richard de Dowystowe to the 
prior and convent of Haverford of 5 marks of rent in Haverford, to find a 
chaplain to celebrate divine service daily in the chapel of St. Mary, 
Haverford, for the souls of the faithful departed. By fine of 5 marks. 

Licence for the alienation in mortmain by Andrew Maufe to the prior 
and convent of Michelham of 100 acres of land in Westhamme, not held in 
chief, as appears by inquisition made by William de Weston, the escheator' 
in the counties of Kent, &c. to hold in satisfaction of 20s. of the 20 marks 
yearly of land and rent which they have the king's licence to acquire. 

Protection for one year for Raymond Pelegryn, proctor of Master John 
de Podio Bersaco, prosecuting business of the latter within the realm. 

By K. 



Feb. 12. 
Westminster. 



Feb. 15. 

Westminster. 



Feb. 16. 

Westminster. 



Feb. 17. 

Westminster. 



Feb. 16. 

Westminster. 



Feb. 16. 

Tower of 

London. 



MEMBRANE 29. 

Association of Peter de Lekebourn, in the room of Robert Darcy, to 
select 300 footmen in the county of Lincoln, as in the former commission 
[on 22 December]. French. [Pari. Writs.] 

The like of Henry Hillari, in the room of Thomas de Hastang, to select 
100 footmen in the county of Warwick, as in the former commission 
[22 December]. French. [Pari. Writs.] 

Power to William de Dene, knight, and Stephen de Abyndon to 
prorogue the truce with the count of Flanders and to fix a day for a treaty 
of peace, as the Schevins and burgomasters, advocates and commonalties of 
Ghent, Bruges and Ypres have satisfactorily excused themselves for not 
having sent proctors for that purpose to England at the quinzaine of 
Hilary last. [F aider a.] 

Memorandum that on this matter there is written by writ close to the said 
echecins, &c. as appears on the dorse of the Close Roll under the same date. 

Pardon, at the request of Edmund de Wodestok, earl of Kent, the king's 
brother, to William son of Johir Edward of Aldebergh for the death of 
Richard Godred of Cattefeld and of any consequent outlawry. By K. 

Pardon to William de Mundene the younger for the death of John Acke, 
servant of Master Wybert de Lytleton in the ward of Castle Baynard, in 
the city of London, as it appears by the record of John de Bousser and 
Hamo de Chyggewell, justices appointed to deliver Neugate gaol, that he 
killed him in self-defence. 

Power to Andrew Petri de Castro Soryz to contract a loan for the king in 
Spain and neighbouring places to the amount of Q,000l. and to pledge the 
king's goods for the same and arrange for repayment of the loan within the 
realm. 



94 



CALENDAR OF PATENT ROLLS. 



1^9.5 Membrane 29 — cont. 

Feb. 14. Presentation of Geoffrey de Norton to the church of Little Bradele, in 

Westminster, the diocese of Norwich, void by the resignation of Gilbert de Eboraco, the 
last rector, and in the king's gift by reason of the priory of Stoke being in 
his hands. 

Protection with clause nohoiniH for one year for William de Osgodby, 
parson of the church of Haversam. 



Feb. 12. 

Westminster. 

Feb. 26. 

Westminster. 

Feb. 27. 
\Vestminster. 



The like for the following : — 

Henry de Suleby of Fletestrete, ' taverner.' 

Maud late the wife of Brian son of Alan. 

Presentation of Thomas de Brayton to the church of Byntworth, in the 
diocese of Winchester, in the king's gift by reason of the manor of Byntworth, 
which is of the bishopric of Rouen, being in his hands by reason of the 
voidance of the said archbishopric. 

Vacated because surrendered. 

Feb. 15. Grant in frank almoin to the abbot and convent of Kaerlyun of the 

Westminster. Cistercian order, of 2 acres of land in Lankaththen in Cantremaure and the 

advowson of the church thereof and licence for the abbot and convent to 

appropriate the church. By K. 

Feb. 14. Association of Reginald de Abenhale, in the room of John de Annesle, 

Westminster, to select 100 footmen in the county of Gloucester, as in the former 

commission [on 22 December]. Frencli. [Pari. Writs.^ 

Feb. 12. Protection with clause volunius until Midsummer for Geoffrey Houeles, 

Westminster, going beyond seas on the king's service with J. bishop of Winchester. 

By testimony of the said bishop. 

The like for the following, going with the bishop : — 
John de Lacy. 
William de Hatton. 
Richard de Pelham. 
Edmund de Shireford. 
Adam de Stevynton. 
Peter de Eccleshale. 

Master William de Mees, parson of the church of Stepel Mordon. 
William de Welleburn, parson of the church of Kertlyng. 
William de W^ygornia, parson of the church of Baggehurst. 
Walter de Harpham, parson of the church of Chilbalton. 
Hugh de Patrington, parson of the chureh of Avyngton. 

Feb. 12. Licence for the alienation in mortmain by Thomas Crubbe of Dorcestre 

Westminster, to the abbot and convent of Bynedon of 2 messuages and lOs*. of rent in 
Dorcestre, to hold of the king by the services due, in augmentation of the 
maintenance of a chaplain to celebrate divine service daily in the said 
abbey for the soul of the said Thomas and the souls of his ancestors and 
the faithful departed. It has been found by inquisition made by John 
Everard, escheator in the counties of Somerset &c., that the premises are 
held in chief by the service of rendering Qd. a year to the farm of the town 
of Dorcestre and are worth ISs- M. a year. By fine of 2 marks. 



18 EDWARD II.— Part 2. 



95 



1325. 

Feb. 12. 

Westminster. 



MEMBRANE 28. 

Grant to Hugh le Despenser, son of Hugh le Despenscr, earl of Win- 
chester, of the custody of all the lands in England, Whales and Ireland late 
of John de Hastynges, tenant in chief, during the minority of Laurence, 
his son and heir, with knights' fees, advowsons, dowers and reversions 
together \Vith the marriage of the said Laurence, saving to Juliana late the 
wife of the said John her dower in the premises : also of the custody 
during the minority of the heir of the purparty affecting the said heir as 
well of all the lands as of the knights' fees, and advowsons in England, 
Wales and Ireland, late of Aymer de Valencia, earl of Pembroke, to hold 
with dowers and reversions when they fall in. By K. 

Vacated because on the schedule attached, word for word. 



Membrane 28. {Schedule.) 
The above grant, word for word. 



Feb. 14. 

Westminster. 



Feb. 14. 

Westminster. 



Feb. 18. 
Tower of 
London. 



Feb. 18. 
Westminster. 



Feb. 26. 
Tower of 
London. 



Feb. 15. 
Westminster. 



Feb. 21. 

Tower of 
London. 

Feb. 19. 

Tower of 

London. 



Membrane 28 — cont. 

Pi;Lrdon, at the request of Nicholas Kyriel, to Nicholas parson of the 
church of Kyngesdon of his outlawry, if any, in the county of Kent, for 
non-appearance before the king to answer touching a plea of trespass of 
Richard atte Gate of London and Hugh de Asshland ; on condition that he 
stand to right in the king's court if the said Richard and Hugh wish to 
proceed against him. By p.s. 

Protection and safe-conduct until Ascension Day, at the request of J. 
bishop of Winchester, for Roger Normaunt, king's merchant, burgess of 
the town of Southampton, going to the duchy with his ship called The Ship 
of St. Mary of Southampton to trade there. By K. 

Protection for one year for Siglanus Susse of Bishop's Lynn, king's 
merchant, going to Norway with his ship called the Olafsuch to trade ; and 
for the men and mariners of the ship and his goods and merchandise. 

By K. 

Safe-conduct until Whitsunday for Hugh de Rupe, knight, Bernard 
Martyn, Raymond de Mercadeli and John Mernly, who lately came to the 
king from Aquitaine on the king's affairs and are now returning home. 

ByK. 

The like for John Legier, Gouselinus de Blavia, Gassias Arnald' and 
William Bochelyn. 

Protection and safe-conduct until Whitsunday for John de Mortaignis, 
clerk of Robert, king of Jerusalem and Sicily, the king's kinsman, who 
came to the king with letters of the said king and is now returning home. 

By K. 

Association of Thomas de Leukenore, in the room of John de Enefeld, to 
select 100 footmen in the county of Middlesex as in the former commission 
[22 December]. French. [Pari. Writs.] 

Pardon, at the request of Anthony de Luscy, to Thomas le Foel of the 
king's suit for the death of Robert Mangevylayn, wherewith he is charged. 

Grant for life to Geoffrey de Mildenhale, king's yeoman, marshal of the 
king's hall, of a messuage in Bredon, co. Leicester, an escheat by the 
forfeiture of William de Bredon, a rebel. By p.s. 



96 



CALENDAR OF PATENT ROLLS. 



1325. 

Feb. 18. 

Westnnnster. 



Feb. 16. 
Westminster. 



Feb. 22. 

Tower of 
London. 



Feb. 22. 
Tower of 
London. 

Feb. 21. 

Tower of 
London. 



Feb. 28. 
Tower of 
London. 



Feb. 24. 
Tower of 
London. 



Memhrane 28 — cont. 

Presentation of Peter de Wormynton to the vicarage of the church of 
Penreth, in the diocese of Carhsle, in the king's gift by reason of the late 
voidance of that see; directed to W. bishop elect and confirmed of Carlisle, 
or his vicar-general if he be abroad. 

Appointment of William de Kirkeby, king's clerk, to freight by advice of 
John Sturmy, admiral of the fleet from the mouth of the Thames north- 
wards, ships for taking to Gascony the victuals purveyed in divers ports 
within the said admiralty, to be delivered to the receivers of victuals there ; 
and to supervise tlie lading thereof by indentures to be made between the 
keepers of the said victuals and the masters of the said ships, to each of 
which indentures he is to set his seal ; but he is not to be burdened with 
accountmg for the said victuals, but only for the moneys received by his 
own hands for making payments, by view, testimony and control (con- 
trarotulamentum) of the said John or his deputy, as well for the freightage 
of the said ships and other necessary expenses, as for the wages of sailors 
and footmen in the above admiralty going to Gascony on the king's service, 
for which payments he is to account in the exchequer. 

Writ of aid for him directed to sheriffs, purveyors and keepers of victuals 
within the said admiralty, leaders of footmen, and other bailiffs and 
ministers. 

Restitution to Walter de Crek of the custody during the minority of the 
heir of certain lands in Nostrefeld late of Payn Tybetot, tenant in chief, 
which custody was first granted by the king to Bartholomew de Badelesmere, 
by him to Roger de Watevill and by the latter to the said Walter, and was 
taken into the king's hands because Walter was lately an adherent of some 
enemies of the king. 

Presentation of Robert de Risshton to the church of Adele, in the diocese 
of York, in the king's gift by reason of the temporalities of the priory of 
Holy Trinity, York, being in his hands. 

Protection with clause volumus for one year for Adam Bloy, staying in 

the duchy on the king's service. By testimony of the seneschal. 

The like for Edmund de Shortmed of Wylberham, staying in like manner. 

By the like testimony. 

Pardon to John son of Richard de Hatfeld Peverel and Thomas son of 
the said John for acquiring for their lives from Thomas son of Stephen de 
Hepeworth 63 acres of land, 3 acres of meadow, 2 acres of pasture and 
8s. 4:d. of rent in Hatfeld Peverell, Borham, and Wytham, held in chief as 
of the honour of Peverel, as appears by inquisition made by John de 
Blounvill, escheator in the counties of Norfolk, &c., and entermg therein 
without licence ; and licence for them to retain the same. By fine of 40.s'., 

William de Northwell, clerk, going beyond seas on the king's service with 
Queen Isabel, has letters nominating Henry de Edenestowe his attorney 
until Midsummer. 



MEMBRANE 27. 

Feb. 26. Appointment of Giles de Beauchamp and Alan de Cherleton to inspect 

Westminster, the levies of north and south Wales and the Marches who are severally to 
muster at Shrewsbury on Mid-lent Sunday, and at Hereford on the Tuesday 
following, and to array and march them to Portsmouth with their sheriffs, 
sub-sheriffs, constables, and leaders, so that they shall neither do nor receive 
any harm. French. [Pad, Writs.] By K, 



18 EDWARD II.— Part 2. 



97 



1325. 



March 1. 

Westminster. 



March 4. 
Tower of 
London. 

March 4. 
Tower of 
London. 



Feb. 24. 

Westminster. 



March 2. 

Tower of 
London. 



Membrane 27 — cont. 

'Memorayidum, from North Wales are to come 200 footmen with two 
constables armed, and their sheriffs, and the sub-sheriffs of the counties of 
Caernarvan, Anglese, and Merionith will lead them with four of the best of 
each of the' said counties, so as to be at Balaa on Friday before Mid-lent, 
and there they shall receive wages from the chamberlain for two days as 
far as Shrewsbury, and thence order shall be made for their wages as far as 
Portsmouth for seven days. 

There will come to Shrewsbury by Mid-lent Sunday the following levies 
from the followinc: lands : — 



Mohautesdale 


1 man 


at arms. 


,10 


Dynebegh . . . . 






60 


Dyffrencloyt - 






80 


Bromfeld and Yal 






50 


The land of the earl of Arundel - 






50 


La Pole . - . . 






80 


The county of Flint 






50 



Let order be taken for their wages to Portsmouth for seven days. 
From Southgales there will come 200 footmen ; two constables, armed. 
Rees ap Griffith, Sir Roger Pychard, will lead them with 6 men of the 
counties of Kardigan, Kermerdyn and the stewardship, and the chamberlain 
of Suthgales will find them wages as far as Portesmuth. 

There will come to Hereford on Tuesday after Mid-lent the following 
levies from the following lands : — 

Breghenok - - - - 1 man at arms, 60 footmen. 
Buelt --'... 1 „ 20 „ 

Elvayl 1 „ 20 „ 

Melnith - - - - - 1 ,, 60 „ 

Radenore ----- 1 ,, 40 ,, 

Wenthrunion - - - - ,, 10 ,, 

Bergeveny - - - - 1 ,, 40 ,, 

Let order be taken for their wages to Portesmuth, where they are ordered 
to be by Sunday after Mid-lent, for the chamberlain has a warrant for it. 
French. 

Pardon to William le Vynonr of his outlawry and to Isolda his wife of 
her waiver in the county of Warwick for non-appearance before the king to 
answer touching a plea of trespass of Robert de Hyngeleye, ' mazon' ; on 
condition that they surrender to the gaol of Warwick and take their trial 
if the said Robert wishes to proceed against them. By K. 

Simple protection for one year for Master Peter Russel, parson of the 
church of Etton. 

Presentation of John de Langeton to the church of Foxcote, in the 
diocese of Bath and Wells, in the king's gift by reason of the land and 
heir of John de Kyngeston, a rebel, being in his hands. 

The like of Adam de Multeby to the vicarage of the church of Yokesford, 
in the diocese of Norwich, in the king's gift by reason of the priory of 
Theford being in \his hands. 

Protection with clause volumus for one year for Richard de Rothyng, 
going to Gascony on the king's service. 

By testimony of William de Clif and Robert de Bilkemore. 

Grant to John de Warenna, earl of Surrey, that the following covenant, 
which he made with the king to go to the duchy, shall not be to his prejudice 
or drawn into a precedent. The king lately arranged to cross to Gascony 



3217 



G 



98 



CALENDAR OF PATENT ROLLS. 



1325. 



Feb. 12. 

Westminster. 



March 4. 
Tcnver of 
London. 



Membrane 27 — cnnt. 

"with men at arms in Mid-lent, but at the request of the magnates of the 
realm, who could not be ready in so short a time, put off his passage, and 
with their counsel and assent gave orders to send forward men at arms, 
horee and foot in a certain fleet, and at his request the earl covenanted to go 
with 100 men at arms at his wages in the said fleet, to stay for half a year 
from the day of landing. Grant also that the earl is not bound to stay 
there beyond the half-year unless the king shall come to the duchy in 
person. 

Confirmation in mortmain to the canons of Repyndon of a grant by 
charter of Harold de Leke to the church of Kalk and the canons there, who 
now dwell at Repyndon, of a carucate of land in Leke and 3 acres there, and 
of a release of a custom, to wit a day's work of 60 men of Huntebothe 
for one day a year which they were accustomed to do for him yearty for 
his pasture of Staunton ; and of a grant by Robert de Notyngham, some- 
time canon of Salisbury, of his whole land in Sutton and Bonington upon 
Soar, together with the whole land which he had in Sutton from them 
while they dwelt at Kalk by exchange for two virgates and one bovate of 
land in Westerleke which he accounted as equivalent to two carucates of 
land. - By fine of 2 marks. 

Association of Thomas le Butiller of Upton in the room of William 
Corbet (who was substituted for Thomas de Hastang, who could not attend), 
who is now going to Gascony on the king's service with John de Cherlton, 
in a commission lately [23 December] diverted to the said Thomas Hastang 
and Nicholas de Aston to select in the county of Wyrcestre 10 men-at-arms 
and 100 footmen. French. [^Parl. Writs.l 

Safe-conduct until Whitsunday for Master Bernard de Styno and 
Gaudemar de la Berye, who lately came from Gascony on an embassy to 
the king with Arnold de Durefort, and who are returning home. 



Feb. 15. 
Westminster. 

Feb. 20. 
Tower of 
London. 



Feb. 21. 

Tower gf 
London, 

Feb. 16. 
Tower of 
London. 

Feb. 20. 
Tower of 
London. 



MEMBRANE 26. 

Safe-conduct for Elias Gaucelini, clerk, and John Legerii de Burgo of 
Gascony, with horses and knaves, going to Gascony. 

Licence for the alienation in mortmain by Master Roger de la Bere to 
the prior and convent of the new hospital of St. Mary without Bisshopes- 
gate, London, of two messuages in London, to find two canons, as 
chaplains, to celebrate divine service daily, in the church of the hospital 
and a third chaplain, a secular, to do the like in the church of St. George, 
London, for the soul of Henry sometime bishop of Winchester, and ioi^ 
the souls of the said Roger and his father and mother, and of the faithful 
departed. • By fine of 5 marks. 

Protection with clause volumus for one year for Adam de Bloy, staying in 
the duchy on the king's service. By testimony of the seneschal. 

Master John de Hildesle, parson of the church of Thingden, going beyond 
seas, has letters nominating Robert de Hemmyngburg, clerk, and Edmund 
de Hildesle, as his attorneys in England until Michaelmas. 

Pardon to the brethren of the hospital of St. Nicholas, St. Edmunds, for 
acquiring in mortmain from Hervey de Staunton, king's clerk, 20 acres of 
land and 70.s. of rent in the town of St. Edmund's and the suburb thereof, 
in aid of the maintenance of a chaplain to celebrate divine service daily in 



18 EDWARD II.— Part 2. 



99 



1325. 



Feb. 16. 

Westminster. 



Feb. 28. 

Tower of 
London. 



Feb. 26. 

Westminster, 



Feb. 27. 

Westminster. 

Feb. 26. 
Westminster. 



Feb. 28. 
Westminster. 



Feb. 27. 

Westminster 



Feb. 20. 

Westminster^ 

March 1. 
W'eetminster. 



Feb. 28. 

Westminster. 



Feb. 26. 
Tower of 
London. 



Membrane 26 — co7it. 

the hospital for the good estate of the king and his children and for the 
souls of John sometime abbot of St. Edmunds and the faithful departed, 
and entering therein without licence ; and licence for Uiem to retain the 
same. By fine of 40s. 

Licence for William de Marton to enfeoff Hugh Baret of the manor of 
Marton, held in chief, and for the latter to re-grant the same to the said 
William and Sybil his wife, and the heirs of William. By fine of lO.s. 

Pardon to John Dacres for acquiring a messuage, 20 acres of land, 12 
acres of meadow, and 8 acres of alder-wood in Welles, in fee tail, and a 
messuage, 20 acres of land, 12 acres of meadow and 8 acres of alder- wood 
there, for life, from John bishop of Bath and Wells, and entering into those 
which are held in chief without his licence ; and licence for him to retain 
the same, as it appears by inquisition made by John Everard, escheator in 
the counties of Somerset, &c., that the only loss to the king will be that in 
times of voidance of the bishopric he will lose the recognitions of the said 
tenements, as of the value of 2s. By fine of 40s. 

Commission to Constantine de Mortymer and Richard de Perers to survey 
the array of the footmen to assemble at Herewyz on Sunday after Mid-lent, 
and to deliver them to John de Sturmi, admiral of the fleet towards the 
North, and to certify the king of the numbers embarked from every county 
and town as compared with the schedule thereof sent herewith of the 
numbers ordered to muster there. French. [ParL Writs.] 

Protection with clause nolumus for one year for Bertrand del Mure, 
merchant of Bazas, in the duchy, going home. 

Safe-conduct for five years for the merchants of the power of the duke of 
Brabant, Lorraine and Limborgh ; and no one of them shall be arrested 
for the trespasses of others, or for any debts of which he be not the principal 
debtor or surety. By K. 

Appointment, during pleasure, of William le Moigne, king's clerk, to 
survey the lands in England and Wales late of John de Hastynges, tenant 
in chief, now in the king's hands by reason of the minority of the heir, and 
order for them for the king's profit. By K. 

Pardon to John Aired and Juliana his wife for acquiring for their lives 
from John de Chavent a messuage, 20 acres of land and a rood of meadow 
in Wepham, held in chief, and entering therein without licence, and 
restitution to them of the same. By fine of 10s, 



Pardon to John Dauneye of his rebellion. 



ByK. 



Presentation of William de Lound to the church of Stoke, in the diocese 
of Norwich, in the king's gift by reason of the priory of Eye being in his 
hands. 

Pardon to the abbot of Burton on Trent of 300?. wherein he is bound to 
the king for goods forfeited to the king unjustly held by him, whereof he 
was convicted before John de Stonore and his fellows, justices appointed to 
make inquisition touching of such goods in the county of Stafibrd. By K. 

Protection with clause volumus for two years for W. bishop elect and con- 
firmed of Carlisle, going beyond seas on the king's service. By K. 

He has letters nominating Richard de Ayremynne and Master Adam de 
Ayremynne as his attorneys in England for that time. 



100 



CALENDAR OF PATENT ROLLS. 



1325. 

Feb. 18. 
"Westminster. 



Membrane 26 — co7it. 

Protection with clause volumus until Michaelmas for William Howard, 
going to Gascony on the king's service. 

By K. on the information of Robert de Welle. 

He has letters nominating Stephen de Witlesford and Geoffrey de 
Sheringes his attorneys for that time. 



Feb. 26. 
Westminster. 



Feb. 26. 

Westminster. 



Feb. 15. 

Westminster. 



Feb. 12. 

Westminster. 



Feb. 20. 

Westminster. 



Feb. 28. 
Westminster. 



Feb. 26. 

Westminster. 



Feb. 26. 
Westminster. 



MEMBRANE 25. 

Licence in mortmain, after inquisition ad quod damnum, for Thomas de 
Eggefeld, king's clerk, parson of the church of Thirsford, to enclose a path 
containing 18 perches long by 4^ feet broad, leading from the high road 
eastwards to the church westwards, for the enlargement of the parsonage ; 
on condition that he make a like path on his own soil. By fine of ^ mark. 

Association of W^alter de Stirkeland, in the room of Michael de 
Haveryngton, who is going to Gascony in the company of David de 
Strabolgi, earl of Athelez, in the commission lately [22 December] directed 
to the latter and Edmund de Nevill to select 80 hobelers and 100 archers 
in the county of Lancaster. French. [Pad. IVrits.'] 

The like of John de Brakeneberewe, in the room of William de Bayous, 
in a commission lately [22 December] directed to the latter and others to 
select 300 footmen from the levies arrayed in the county of Lincoln. 

I^ ranch. [Pari. Writs.] 

The like of John Fillyol, Thomas Gobion, William de Lodwyk and 
Philip Piltoft, in the room of Richard de Perers, John de Mounteny of 
Essex and John de Wanton, some of whom are sick and some otherwise 
occupied in the king's affairs, in a commission lately [22 December] directed 
to the latter to select 15 men at arms and 200 footmen in the counties of 
Essex and Hertford. French. [Pad. Writs.] 

The like of Thomas de Sandewych, in the room of John de Mere worth, 
who is going to Gascony in the company of John de Garrenne, earl of 
Surrey, in a commission lately [23 December] directed to the latter and 
others to select 15 men at arms, 200 footmen and 100 archers in the 
county of Kent. French. [Pari. Writs.] 

Pardon to Master Maurice de Waleden of his outlawry in the hustings of 
London for non-appearance before the king to answer touching a plea of 
trespass of William Reyner of London ; on condition that he surrender 
forthwith to prison and stand his trial if the said William will proceed 
against him. 

By fine of 20 marks, which he has paid in the hanaper. Essex. 

Grant to Thomas de Sibthorp, king's clerk, of the chapel of Iselhampstede 
Botetourt. 

Safe-conduct for two years for the merchants, mariners and others of the 
city and parts of Venice, trading, and they shall not be arrested for any 
debts whereof they are not principal debtors of sureties. By K. & C. 

Protection with clause volumus until Midsummer for Robert de Hausted, 
going beyond seas in the company of Queen Isabel. 

The like for John de Assheby, going with the said Robert. 



ot lV\ecliaei/£j/ 



\ \ 



.«* r*"'). 



rjinru » 



/ 



"vf 



18 EDWARD II.— Part 2. 



101 



1326. 

Feb. 12. 
VVestniinstei". 



Membrane 25 — cont. 

Association of John Filliol, Thomas Gobion, William de Lodowyk and 
Philip Piltoft, in a commission lately [22 December] directed to Hugh de 
Nevill and Walter de Pateshull, commissioners of array in the county of 
Essex, and Richard de Perers and John de la Haye, commissioners of array 
in the county of Hertford, to select 200 footmen from these counties, as 
some of the latter are sick and some are otherwise engaged on the king's 
affairs. French. [Pari. Writs.] 



Feb. 14. 
Wostminster, 



Feb. 14. 

Westminster. 



Feb. 20. 
Tower of 
London. 



Feb. 16. 
Westminster. 



March 4. 
Tower of 
London. 

Feb. 20. 
V/estminster. 



Feb. 20. 
Tower of 
London. 



Feb. 26. 
Westminster. 



MEMBRANE 24. 

Association of John de Notvers, in the room of John Morice, to select 20 
men at arms in the counties of Bedford and Buckingham from the knights, 
esquires and other men at arms in those counties, as in the former com- 
mission (23 December). French. [Pari. Writs.] 

The like of John de Mereworth, in the room of Robert de Kendale, to 
select 15 men at arms and 100 archers in the county of Kent, as in the 
former commission (23 December). French. [Pari. Writs.] 

Commission to Hugh de Louthre, substituting him in the room of Richard 
de Denton and Richard de Hodeleston, as leader of the 120 hobelers selected 
by the latter in the counties of Cumberland and Westmoreland by a former 
commission (23 December) ; he is also empowered to raise a further levy of 
80 hobelers, who are, to be marched in the same manner ; with power to 
punish persons who may be disobedient. French. [Pari. Writs.] By K. 

Substitution of John de Ormesby and Edmund de Baconesthorp, in the 
room of Anselm le Mareschall and George de Thorp, in the county of 
Norfolk, to select 60 men at arms from the knights and esquires of that 
county and of Suffolk, as in a former commission (23 December) directed 
to the latter in Norfolk, and to William Giffard and John de Welnetham 
in Sufiblk ; as the said Anselm is going to Gascony in the company of 
Robert de Mohaut and the said' George in the company of John de 
Claveryng. French. [Pari. Writs.] 

Association of John de Daggew^orth, in the room of John de Whelnetham, 
also going in the company of Robert de Mohaut, with the above William 
Giffard in the same commission. French. [Pari. Writs.] 

Safe-conduct for one year for Oliver Deyncourt, canon of the church of 
St, Mary, Lincoln, going beyond seas. 

Licence for the alienation in mortmain by Master Adam de Ayremynne, 
king's clerk, to Richard de Ayremynne, king's clerk, parson of the church of 
Elvele, of a toft and an acre of land in Elvele, for the enlargement of his 
dwelling place. By fine of o mark, which he paid in the hanaper. 

[Marginal note. — Let the clerk of the hanaper be charged herewith.] 

Pardon to John Athelard for acquiring in fee from John de Chavent a 
messuage, 25 acres of land, and 1 acre 1 rood of meadow in Wepham, 
held in chief, and entering therein without licence ; and restitution of the 
same to him. By fine of 20s. 

Pardon to Ela de Perers of whatever pertains to the king because she was 
lately an adherent of his enemies and rebels. By K, 



102 



CALENDAR OF PATENT ROLLS. 



1325. 

Feb. 21. 
Tower of 
London. 



Feb. 28. 
Westminster. 



Membrane 24 — cont. 

Protection with clause volumus until Midsummer for John de Crumbewell, 
going beyond seas on the king's service with Queen Isabel. By K. 

The same John has letters nominating Simon de Semer and John le 
Mareschal as his attorneys in England until that feast. 

Protection with clause volumus until Midsummer for Richard de 
Crumbewell, going with the said John in the company of the queen. 

Presentation of David Cubbel to the church of Scarthou, in the diocese of 
Lincoln. By K. 



MEMBRANE 23. 

Feb. 1. Pardon to Hugh le Despenser the younger for acquiring in fee from John 

Mortlake. de Brompton the advowson of the church of Shupton, in the diocese of 

Lincoln, held in chief, and entering therein without licence ; and licence 

for him to retain the same. By p.s. 

Feb. 5. Pardon to Hugh le Despenser [bracketted with the above entry in 

Westminster, the margin] for acquiring in fee from Alesia, late the wife of Thomas 
earl of Lancaster, 75 knights' fees in Aulton Berners, Carselewe, 
Secchevill, Wyvelesford, Shirreveton, Wynterbourne, Little Cheverell, 
Echelhampton, Merton, Cotes, Deverel, Chadewych, Norrigge, Chitterne 
Maiden, Winterbourn Stok, Bredecoumbe, Langeford, Depeford, Chikke- 
lade, la Pole, Boyton, Orcheston, Claudon, Madynton, Middelton, Seles, 
Homynton, Cortyngton, Asserton, Fyssherton Aucher[i], Brudecoumbe, 
Wynterbourn by Chitterne, Langele Burel, la Boxe, Wroxhale, Knabbewell, 
Hertham, Portesheved, Chaldefeld, Waddon, Tymbresbarwe, Lillynton, 
Plumbury, Bailleclyf, Stratton, Cotsetle, Hulprynton, Littlecote, Yatebury, 
Wydecoumbe, Broghton Monketon, Avene, Aldyngton, Todeworth 
Melewys, Durneford, Little Derneford, Aumbresbury, Porton, Great 
Derneford, Lake, Welewe, Bremelshet, Westaumbresbury, Netton, 
Netheravene, Maperton, Melebury, Plumbere, Kyngton, Bluntesdon, 
Wamberge, Mildenhale, and Compton Basset, co.Wilts; 15 knights' fees in 
Tokeswell, Norton, Esthesshecoumbe, Westhesshecoumbe, Stokegowere (sic), 
Socton, Cherleton, Iford, Langeford, Hamme, Hengstrigg, Kynstanton, 
Stoke Basset, Lokynton, and Durleye, co. Somerset; 11 J knights' fees 
in Coumbhaweye, Estdouelys, Westdouelys, Wynterbourn Houton, Wode- 
gate, Meleburn, Tollard, Crauford, Merton and Wakyngham, co. Dorset ; 8 
knights' fees in Lusteshill, Shryvenham, Stanpult, Dreyton by Abyndon, 
Wanetynge and Ardynton, co. Berks ; 12 knights' fees in Aldebury, 
Irenacton, Kyngeston, Weston, Capenore, Amene Sancte Crucis, and 
Hatherop, co. Gloucester ; li knights' fees in Bourcoumbe, co. Devon ;. 
9 knights' fees in Cherdeford, Biketon, Hameldon, Porteseye and Coupenore, 
CO. Southampton ; 2^ knights' fees in Northeston, co. Oxford : held in 
chief, and entering therein without licence ; and licence for him to retain the 
same. By K. 

FeB. 11. Pardon to Hugh le Despenser, earl of Winchester, for acquiring in fee 

Webtminster. from Alesia countess of Lincoln and Salisbury the castle and manor of 
Donyngton, co. Leicester, the manor of Knesale and the wapentakes of 
Allerton and Plumtre and 9 knights' fees in Blyth, Stirrop, Oulecotes, 
Weston, Sternethorp, Little Muskeham, Kirketon, Boukton, Kirnshale, 
Mapelbek, Allerton, Akeryng, Wellehawe, Clareburgh, Bautre, Stokhyt, 
Plumtre, Marton, Hareworth, Edewalton, Rodyngton, Leek, Normanton, 
Stanton, Clippeston, Hykelyng and Keworth, co. Nottingham ; 3 
messuages, 3 virgates of land, 100 acres of pasture and ^ of a knight's 



18 EDWARD II.— Paet 2. 



103 



1325. 



Feb. 10. 

Westminster. 



March 6. 

Tower of 
London. 



March 10. 

Tower of 
London, 

March 11. 
Tower of 
London. 



Membrane 23 — eont. 

fee in Tykenhale and Repyngton and the wapentake of Rysle, co. 
Derby ; the castle and manor of Dynebegh, and the cantrcds of Ros, 
Rowennok and Kaymer, co. Salop ; the manor of Aldeburn, and a carucato 
of land, 100 acres of meadow, 500 acres of wood and 4.h knights' foes in 
Whanburgh, Piryton, Benetham, LusteshuU, Bluntesdon, Wylington and 
Shryvenham, co. Wilts; and 40s. of rent in Caldon, co. Stafford; held in 
chief, and entering therein without licence ; and licence for him to retain 
the same. By K. 

Licence for Ebulo Lestraunge and Alesia, his wife, the king's kinswoman, 
to enfeoff Hugh le Despenser of the castle and manor of Clifford, the 
manors of Glasbury, Coleham, Woxebrugg, Eggeswere, Halton upon Trent, 
Wadyngton, Lutton, Horblyng, Scarthhou, Staynwath, SaltHcteby, 
Wadenho, Wardyngton, Birencestre, Middelyngton and Le Fryth, the 
castle, manor, honor and soke of Bolyngbrok, 60,000 acres of marsh in 
Bolyngbroke and Wyldemore and BOs. of rent in Boston, and of all land 
late of Henry de Lascy, Alesia's father, in Holebourn, in the suburb of 
London, all held in chief ; and for Hugh to re-grant the same to them for 
the life of Alesia. 

Pardon to the same Hugh for acquiring in fee from Alesia late the wife 
of Thomas earl of Lancaster, the manors of Grauncestre, co. Cambridge, 
and Gretham, Broccelby, Thorleye and Totenay, 2,000 acres of marsh in 
' le Westfen,' and 28 knights' fees in Bolyngton, Golthagh, Spridelyngton, 
Saxeby, Scalby, Stretton, Ingeham, Cotes, Glentworth, Faldyngworth, 
Kirkeby by Sleford, Northkyme, Filyngham, Risom, Barlinges, Scotthorn, 
Sudbrok, Ulseby, Kescesby, Middelrasen, Wyvelyngham, Ouneby, Repham, 
Ingelby, Halstede, Nettelham, Myntynges, Askeby, Bruera, Tymberlound, 
Ousthorpe, Wylughby by Lafford, Swaveton, Horblyng, Bilyngburgh, 
Merston, Aghham, Dembeiby, Haneworth, Pikworth, Weseby, Hooham, 
Spanby, Neuton, Eseber, Esseby, Broccelby, Claxeby, and Stowe St. Mary, 
and the advowsons of the church of Wyvelyngham, the abbey of Barlyngges 
and the priory of Cameryngham, co. Lincoln, held in chief, and entering 
therein without licence ; and licence for him to retain the same. By K. 

Association of Peter Carbonel in the room of John de la Penne, who is 
going in the first fleet with the earl of Surrey, to select 300 footmen in 
the counties of Bedford and Buckingham, as in a former commission (on 
22 December). French. [Pari. ^Vrits.] 

The like of Richard de Heyle, in the room of Thomas de Leukenore, 
who is ill, for 100 footmen in the county of Middlesex, as in a like com- 
mission. French. [Pari. Writs.] 

Protection with clause nolumus for one year for David Cubbel of Stenyng, 
parson of the church of Scarthhou. 

Presentation of William le Eyr to the church of Penros, in the diocese of 
Banoror. 



MEMBRANE 22. 



Feb. 6. Power to John de Stonore, knight, Arnold Guillelmi de Byarn, lord of 

Westminster. Lescun, Master William de Weston, professor of civil law, canon of Lincoln, 

and Master Peter de Galiciano, canon of Rouen, as the king's proctors, to 

treat of espousals, dower and espousal earnest money [arris sponsaliciis) of 

the king's daughter Eleanor with Alfonso, king of Spain. [Fcedera,'] 



104 



CALENDAR OF PATENT ROLLS. 



1325. 



Feb. 19. 

Tower of 
London. 



March 12. 
Tower of 
London, 



March 9. 
Tower of 
London. 

March 5. 
Tower of 
London. 

March 10. 
Tower of 
London. 

March 10. 
Tower of 
London. 



Membrane 22 — cont. 

The like to the same touching espousals of Edward the king's first-born 
son and damsel Eleanor sister of the above king of Spain. [Fmlera.] 
The like to the same to make a treaty of marria.i^e between the said 



guardians 



of the above 



king 



of 



Spain. 



Edward and Eleanor with the 
[FcrdcTa.] 

The like to the same to confirm the treaty of marriage when made 
between the said king of Spain and Eleanor the king's daughter. [Fiedera.] 

The like to the same to make a treaty of friendship with the said king 
and his guardians and the rest of the magnates of Spain and other realms, 
commonalties and universities. [Fccdera.] 

Appointment of Edward Bacoun and Peter de Thorp, knights, and 
Master John de Hildesle, canon of Chichester, as proctors for the king, to 
treat touching espousals, &c. as above, of the king's daughter Joan with 
the first-born of Alfonso the eldest son of James king of Aragon, and the 
future heir of Aragon. 

And because it was said that James is old and decrepit and it is not 
certain that he is not dead there is written in the name of Alfonso his son 
as if he were king, in the forms following : — 

The like of the same to treat of a marriage between the first-born son of 
the Infante Alfonso, king of Aragon, heir of Arago^, and Joan the king's 
daughter. 

The like of the same to treat of the said marriage with James king of 
Aragon, and Alfonso king of Aragon. 

The like of the same to treat of this with the said Alfonso. 

The like of the same to make a treaty of peace with James king of 
Aragon. 

The like of the same to make such treaty with the said Alfonso. [Fmlera.] 

Grant during pleasure to Thomas de Sibthorp of the custody of the 
hospital of the Holy Innocents without Lincoln. 

By K. on the information of W. de Clif. 
Writ de intend endo directed to the brethren and sisters of the hospital. 

Presentation of Thomas de Cotyngham to the church ' del Angle,' in the 
diocese of St. David's, in the king's gift by reason of the priory of Pembroch 
being in his hands. 

The like of John de Folkquardeby to the vicarage of the church of 
Wilyngton, in the diocese of Chichester, in the king's gift by reason of the 
priory of Wilmyngton being in his hands. 

Joan de Dyvelyn of Coventre, dwelling in England, has letters nominating 
William de Ridewale and Robert de Ridewale as her attorneys in Ireland' 
for two years. ^ 

Pardon to Michael Pygot of Wath, king's clerk, for acquiring for life 
and for three years after his death the manor of Wath from John Flemyng, 
who held it of Robert de Welle and Maud his wife, in the name of her 
dower, as of the castle of Skipton in Craven, which is in the king's hand, 
by the service of one knight's fee, which fee was assigned by the king to 
the said Maud after the death of Robert do Clifford, sometime her husband, 
lord of that castle, as appears by inquisition made by Simon de Grymmesby, 
escheator in the counties of York, &c. and entering therein without licence ; 
and licence for him to retain the same for the term aforesaid. 

By fine of 205. York. 



18 EDWARD II.— Part 2. 



105 



1325. 

Feb. 12. 
Westminster. 



Feb. 28. 
Westminster. 



March 7. 
Tower of 
London. 



March 6. 
Tower of 
London. 



March 6. 
Tower of 
London. 

March 2. 
Tower of 
London. 



March 6. 

Tower of 
London. 



March 8. 
Tower of 
London. 

March 10. 
Tower of 
London. 



March 10. 
Tower of 
London. 



MEMBRANE 21. 

Exemplification of the tenor of a charter dated at Walyngford, 8 March 
25 Henry III, which has been lost, in favour of the bishop of St. Davids. 
[Cale7idar of the Charter liolh, vol. i. p. 258.] 

Grant to Alexander de Bergh, Robert Wawayn, and Adam Semer of 
quayage for three years for the repair of the quay of the port of the town of 
Scardeburgh, which town and port are in the king's hands for certain 
causes. By K. 

Grant during pleasure to Nicholas Tunstall of the office of controller of 
customs and of the custody of one part of the seal called the ' coket ' in the 
port of Shorham, receiving in that office as much as other controllers have 
had. By K. 

Mandate to William Vyvyen and Germanus Hobelit to deliver to him the 
said office, part of the seal, and other things pertaining to the office which 
are in their custody. 

Licence for George de Meriet to enfeoff Margaret de Meriet of 27 
messuages, 3 carucates of land, 40 acres of meadow, 30 acres of pasture and 
7-5. lOd. of rent in Meriet, co. Somerset, held in chief, and for her to re-grant 
the same to him, Isabel his wife, and his heirs. By fine of 5 marks. 

Exemption for life of Maud de Caxton of London, from all tallages, aids, 
watches, impositions and contributions which might be required of her by 
reason of her lands or possessions in the city of London. By K. 

Whereas John de 'Warenna, earl of Surrey, granted for life to Ralph de 
Cobeham the manor and town of Th6fford, co. Norfolk, held in chief, with 
knights' fees, advowsons, hundreds, views of frank pledge, fairs, markets, 
tolls, passages, pontages, fisheries, commons, pastures, liberties and free 
customs, and afterwards, by a fine levied before the Bench, granted that the 
premises should remain to Thomas late earl of Lancaster, by whose 
forfeiture the remainder has come to the king ; and whereas the said Ralph 
has now surrendered the manor and town with appurtenances into the 
king's hand : he has granted the same to him in tail male. By K. 

Writ de intendendo directed to the tenants of the manor and town. 

Protection with clause volumus for one year for William de Bello Campo, 
going to Gascony on the king's service. By K. 

The like for the following going with him : — 

Robe'l't de Pauleseye. By testimony of the said William. 

William Portebref ' le fitz.' By hke testimony. 

Appointment of W^illiam de Bello Campo to bring Arnald de la Bret 
from the duchy to the king in England ; and safe-conduct for him. 



Pardon to John de Hurtworth for being an adherent and one of the 
household of Andrew de Hardcla, the king's enemy and rebel, with general 
pardon ; on condition that he stand his trial if anyone will proceed against 
him. By K. 

Restitution, at the request of Hugh le Despenser, earl of Winchester, of 
the priory of Uphaven, which is subject to the abbey of St. Wandrille in 
Normandy and was taken into the king's hands among other religious 
houses of the power of the king of France, to the prior ; and protection for 
him and his possessions. By K. 

Mandate to the keeper of such religious houses in the county of Wilts to 
deliver the priory with the issues thereof received by him. 



106 



CALENDAR OF PATENT ROLLS. 



1325. 

March 6. 
Tower of 
London. 



March 4. 
Tower of 
London. 



March 6. 

Tower of 
London. 



March 6. 

Tower of 
London. 

March 8. 
Tower of 
London. 



March 4. 
Tower of 
London. 



March 9. 

Tower of 

London. 



March 6. 
Tower of 
London. 



MEMBRANE 20. 

Appointment of John de Wanton to the custody of the castle and honor 
of Knaresburgh, which the king lately granted to John de Wysham for his 
life, who is now staying in Gascony on the king's service, and who before 
leaving England assigned it to William de Burbrigge, now deceased, to 
keep for him until his return ; made at the request of Emma late the wife 
of the said William and executrix of his will. By K. 

Mandate to the executors of the will of the said William to deliver the 
same with the armour and victuals by indenture. 

Pardon to Ralph Athelard for acquiring in fee from John de Chavent a 
messuage, 15 acres of land and 3 roods of meadow in Wepham, held in 
chief, and entering therein without licence ; and restitution of the same to 
him. By fine of 1 mark. 

Pardon in like terms to Laurence Aired. By fine of 1 mark. 

Mandate to mayors, sheriffs and others to arrest any persons 
prosecuting appeals in derogation of the king's right of presentation to a 
mediety of the charch of Walpol by reason of the temporalities of the 
priory of Lewes being lately in his hands, and of his presentation of Robert 
de Spinay, king's clerk, to the same. 

Protection for one year for Robert Bosse, a monk of Tavystok, abbot 
elect, and Reginald Drake, another monk, his proctor, going to divers 
counties of the realm on business of the election. By K. 

Presentation of Master Robert Spigurnel to the church of Treynge, in 
the diocese of Lincoln, void by the resignation of Master Robert Inge, the 
last rector. By K. 

The like of Master Robert Inge to the church of Kestan, in the same 
diocese, void by the resignation of Master Robert Spigurnel, the last rector, 
and in the king's gift by reason of his custody of the land and heir of John 
son of John de Ferariis, tenant in chief. By K. 

Cantus de Blank, merchant of the society of the Scali of Florence, going 
beyond seas, has letters nominating Landus Homo Dei and John Gosalfer, 
merchants of the said society, as his attorneys in England for one year. 

By K. on the information of W. de Ayremynne. 

Notification to H. bishop of Lincoln, of the revocation of the late collation 
to William de Everdon, king's clerk, of the prebend of St. Martin's, Lincoln, 
in the church of St. Mary, Lincoln, as it appears that at the time of such 
collation Master Oliver Deyncourt held the prebend and that he still holds it. 

Vacated because surrendered and cancelled. By K. 

Grant, at the request of Hugh le Despenser the younger, to John de 
Sapy, that whereas on 30 August, in his ninth year, the king granted him 
the custody of the manor of Caldecote in Netherwent, during pleasure, to 
hold by the extent, he shall retain the same during pleasure without 
rendering anything. By K. 

Protection with clause nolumus for two years for Master Oliver 
Deyncourt, prebendary of St. Martin's, Lincoln, in the church of Lincoln. 

The same Oliver, going beyond seas, has letters nominating Adam de 
Brom and Henry de Edenstowe, clerks, as his attorneys in England for 
one year. 



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107 



1325, 



March 4. 

Tower of 
London. 



March 6. 

Tower of 
London. 



Membrane 20 — cont. 

Pardon to Robert son of WiUiam Bauge of Barton and Alice his wife for 
acquiring in fee tail from William de Bello Campo a messuage, 2 tofts, 5 
bovats of land and 26.s\ of rent, and a rent of a pound of cummin, in 
Glentworlih, held in chief, and entering therein without licence : and 
restitution of the same, with reversion to the said William and his heirs. 

By fine of 5 marks. Lincoln. 

Association of John de Percy in the room of William de Stokes, in the 
county of Dorset, for the selection of 200 footmen in the counties of 
Dorset and Somerset, as in a former commission (22 December). 

French. [Pari. Writs.^ 

Licence for George de Meriet as above. 
Vacated because above in the same form. 



March 10. 

Tower of 
London. 

March 12. 
Tower of 
London. 



March 12. 

Tower of 
London. 



March 18. 

Westminster. 

March 26. 
Henley. 

March 14. 

Tower of 
London. 



March 15. 
Tower of 
London. 



MEMBRANE 19. 

Protection for one year for the prior of Durham and for his men whom 
he is sending to Scotland to survey the lands belonging to the priory and 
order for these as shall be for his profit. • 

Whereas Simon Pecche acquired in fee from John le Veli 6^ acres of land 
in Wytton and Edithorp, held in chief of Edward I and John Illen 
acquired from the said Simon the 6^ acres of land with 5 acres 1 rood of 
land in the said town-s, also held in chief, and the said Simon and John 
Illen by virtue of the said acquisitions- and John Nabbyng as kinsman and 
heir of John Illen, and William Nabbyng, as son and heir of John Nabbyng, 
have entered into the premises, without licence, the king for a fine made by 
the same William has pardoned the trespasses herein, and granted licence 
for him to retain the same. He has also granted licence for him to enfeoff 
Nicholas his son thereof. By fine of \ mark. Norfolk. 

Licence for the alienation in mortmain to the abbot and convent of 
Thornton upon Humbre, in satisfaction of 13s. 4(i, of the 101. yearly of 
land and rent, which they have the king's licence to acquire, by Richard 
de la Wodehall the elder of a messuage and 2\ bovates of land in Goushull 
and Haulton, and by John atte Halle of Thornton of a messuage, 2 acres 
and one rood of land in Thornton, which said messuages and lands are held 
of the abbot and convent, as appears by inquisition made by Matthew 
Broun, escheator in the counties of Lincoln, &c. 

Protection with clause nolummj for two years, for the prior of Bergeveny. 
The like for one year for the prior of Kaermerdyn. 

Prohibition to all ecclesiastical persons from proceedings in derogation 
of the king's right of collation to the prebend of Thurleby and Carleton, in 
the church of St. Mary, Lincoln, by reason of a voidance of the see in the 
time of Edward I, which the king recovered against Nicholas de Capochio 
of Rome {de Urbe) by judgment of his court, and of his collation thereof to 
Richard de Ayremynne, king's clerk. 

Mandate to mayors, sheriffs, bailiffs and others to arrest all persons taking 
such proceedings. 

Whereas Gilbert le Fevre, Robert son of Henry and Amice his wife, 
Thomas son of Henry Knyght, and Ellen his wife, William de Baliden, 



108 



CALENDAR OF PATENT ROLLS. 



1325. 



March 20. 

Westminster. 

March 18. 
Westminster. 

April 10. 
Beaulieu. 



April 8. 
Beaulieu. 



April 11, 
Beaulieu. 



March 20. 
Sheen. 



Membrane 19 — cont. 

vicar of the church of Crouche, Richard son of Henry Knyght and Joan 
his wife, and John son of Ralph CubbiiU acquired for their lives certain 
messuages, lands, &c., in Crouche ; and Thomas son of Wilham le Twynere 
of Langwath and Isolda daughter of Thomas Sweyn of Boneye, William 
Belfyn of Boney and Felicia daughter of Geoffrey le Bercher, Robert 
Fritheborewe and x\mice his wife, John son of William de Houton, Auker 
Fabian and Henry his son, Thomas son of William Twyner, Richard son of 
William Fabian, John Lambard of Rotyngton, Henry Cousyn of Boneye 
and William Cousyn acquired for their lives certain lands, etc., in Boneye, 
from Ralph de Frecheville, with reversion to the said Ralph ; and whereas 
Ralph Burgeys of Boneye and Alice his wife acquired for life from the said 
Ralph a toft in Boneye with remainder to William son of the said Ralph 
Burgeys, clerk, and Maud sister of the latter, and the heirs of the body of 
the said William, with remainder to the right heirs of the said Maud ; and 
whereas Geoffrey son of William le Fevre of Boneye and Maud his wife 
acquired in fee tail from the said Ralph a common of pasture in Boneye 
pertaining to a bovate of land there, and Henry son of William Cousyn of 
Tjettesbury acquired in fee from the said Ralph a messuage and 3 acres of 
land and a meadow ; all which tenements are parcels of the manors of 
Crouche and Igoneye, held in chief, entering into the same ; and all the 
tenants aforesaid surrendered their estate in the said tenements to the said 
Ralph, without licence ; and he afterwards with the king's licence enfeoffed 
Roger Beler thereof : the king, willing to shew favour to Roger herein, has 
pardoned all the trespasses done in the premises and granted licence for 
him to retain the tenements according to the feoffment. 

By fine of h mark. 

Protection with clause volumus for one year for David de Strabolgi, 
earl of Athol, going to Gascony on the king's service. ' By K. 

The like for one year for John Pikard, going in like manner with Otto 
de Bodrigan. By testimony of the said Otto. 

Presentation of William de Sancto Edmundo to the church of Hellawc, 
in the diocese of Lincoln, in the king's gift by reason of his custody of the 
lands and heir of Robert de Welle, tenant in chief. 

Safe-conduct until Whitsunday for Michael Mey of Bayonne, master of 
the ship of the Holy Ghost of Bayonne, who lately brought wine to the realm 
and sold it, and is now returning to the duchy with corn and other 
victuals. By K. 

The like for one year for Roger Bagg, burgess and merchant of South- 
ampton, going to the islands of Gereseye, Gernereye, Serk and Aureneye 
for corn and victuals to bring to Southampton and elsewhere in the realm. 

Pardon to Richard de Wynneferthyng, oierk, for acquiring in fee from 
Aymer de Valencia, late earl of Pembroke, the manor of Anesty, with the 
member of Hormede, together with the knights' fees and advowsons 
pertaining to the said manor and member, held in chief, and entering 
therein without licence ; and restitution to hjm of the same. 

By K. on the information of William de Clyf. 



MEMBRANE 18. 

March 1. Exemplication of the tenour of a charter which is lost, dated at West- 

Westminster, minster 11 August, 24 Henry III in favour of the prioress and nuns of 
Cestrehunte. [Munasticoii.] 



18 EDWARD II.— Part 2. 



109 



1325. 
March 14. 

Westminster. 



March 16. 

Towej of 
London. 



March 16. 
Tower of 
London. 

March 3. 

Westminster. 



March 18. 
Westminster. 



March 18. 
Westminster. 



March 18. 
Westminster. 



March 20. 

Walton. 



March 18. 
Westminster. 

March 26. 

Henley. 

April 1. 
Marwell. 



Membrane 18 — cont. 

Licence for the alienation in mortmain by John Seintefey of Blaggrave 
to the abbot and convent of Nuttele of a messuage in London to find a 
chaplain to celebrate divine service daily in the church of St. Mary, Nuttele, 
for his sOul and the souls of the faithful departed. 

By fine of 5 marks. London. 

Mandate to John Everard, escheator in the counties of Cornwall, &c., to 
deliver the temporalities of the abbey of Athelyngny to Robert de He, the 
prior, whose election as abbot has been confirmed by J. bishop of Bath and 
Wells, and who has done fealty to the king. By K. 

Writ de mtendendo directed to the tenants of the abbey. 

Appointment, during pleasure, of Adam de Brom, king's clerk, to the 
custody of the smaller piece of the seal for the recognisances of debts in 
the town of Oxford. 

Mandate to W. bishop of Exeter, to examine a double election made in 
the abbey of Tavystok, after the death of Robert the late abbot, of Robert 
Busse and John de Courtenay, monks of the abbey ; and if he can confirm 
either election to certify the king thereof in the usual way so that the 
abbot elect may have the temporalities restored to him. By K. 

Protection with clause volumus for one year for Otto de Bodrigan, going 
to Gascony on the king's service. By K. 

He has letters nominating Thomas Daumarle, parson of the church of 
St. Martin's, and John de Trelan, as his attorneys in England for that 
period. 

Inspexitnus and confirmation of a writing dated at Axeminstre, 12 April, 
21 Edward I, whereby Edmund, earl of Cornwall, confirmed to the abbot 
and convent of Neweham, in the diocese of Exeter, an exchange of a parcel 
of land lying without the gate of their abbey, near the way leading from 
Axeminstre to Musebury, which Walter Pours held of Stephen de Haccombe 
of Axeminstre, of the fee of the said Edmund, for land of the abbey in 
the common field of Axeminstre, to hold in frank almoin ; and also 
other parcels which they hold of the same fee of the time of Richard, king 
of Almain, father of the said earl ; and prohibiting his bailiffs of Braneys 
from making any distraint upon these parcels for suit of court due to the 
court of Braneys. By fine of 20s. 

Signification to J. bishop of Winchester of the revocation of the late 
presentation of Thomas de Brayton, king's clerk, to the church of Bynworth 
(sic), as it appears that at the time of such presentation Master Stephen de 
Claro Monte held the same and that he holds it now. By K. 

Pardon to John de Twyford of 100 marks of the lOOZ. wherewith he 
made fine for his life and lands for having been a rebel and an adherent of 
rebels. By p.s. 

Mandate in pursuance to the treasurer and barons of the Exchequer. 

Protection with clause volumus for one year for Walter de Conductu, 
going to Gascony on the king's service. 

Protection with clause nolumus for one year for Master John de Hildesle, 
parson of the church of Thyngden. 

Presentation of John de Clyve to the church of Bangore in the diocese 
of Coventry and Lichfield. By K. on the information of the treasurer. 



no 



CALENDAR OF PATENT ROLLS. 



1325. 

March 26. 
Henley. 



^ April 2. 
Marwell. 



April 1. 

Marwell. 



April 2. 

Marwell. 



April 4. 
Stoneham. 



April 2. 
Marwell. 



April 2. 

Marwell. 



April 11. 
Beaulieu. 



Membrane 18 — cont. 

Protection with clause vohumis for one year for Philip de Melsa, going to 
Gascony on the" king's service with John de Warenna, earl of Surrey. 

By testimony of the earl. 

Licence for Nicholas de Ayote to enfeoff William de Sidenye of a 
messuage, 80 acres of land, an acre of meadow, an acre of pasture and 15s. 
2il. of rent in the suburb of Chichester and of the advowson of the church 
of St. Pancras in that suburb, held in chief, and for the latter to re-grant 
the same in fee tail to the said Nicholas and Isabel his wife, with remainder 
in tail to John son of William de Ayote the elder {seniori), and reversion to 
the said William de Sydenye and his heirs. By fine of 100s. 

Confirmation of a grant by Geoffrey abbot of Hyde by Winchester and 
the convent there to Master Robert de Wyrcestre, clerk, and John his 
brother of a messuage and 'a moiety of a virgate of land which Nicholas le 
Rennere held of them in villeinage in the manor of Colyngebourne, held 
in chief, rendering to the abbey the ancient rent, to wit 3s., and for 
increase of works 12d., saving to the grantors suit to their court in that 
manor, with a relief and heriot of the price of 5s. when such falls in. 

By fine of 2 marks. 

Pardon to John le Medmowere of his outlawry in the county of South- 
ampton for non-appearance before John de Foxle and his fellows, justices 
of the king, to answer touching a plea of trespass of Francis Pymont, 
merchant, on condition that he surrender forthwith to gaol in that county 
and stand his trial if the said Francis will proceed against him. 

Grant to Robert de Holden of the deanery of the king's free chapel of 
Stafford, void by the resignation of Robert de Sendale. 

By K. on the information of Master H. de Clyf. 

Grant for life to John de Babecary of the wardenship of the hospital of 
St. Katharine by Bristol, in the king's gift by reason of the lands of Maurice 
de Berkeley being in his hands. By writ of secret seal. 

Mandate to J. bishop of Bath and Wells to admit him. 

Grant to Roger Normaund of Southampton, who has married Joan late 
the wife, of John de London of Bordeaux, that he and the said Joan may be 
free burgesses of Southampton and enjoy all the free customs thereof and 
be quit of all tallages, aids and free contributions affecting the said town, 
in the same manner, as the king by letters patent granted that the said 
John and Joan should be. By K. 

General pardon to John de Holden. 

By K. on the information of Master H. de Clif . 



March 12. 

Tower of 

London. 



March 18. 

Tower of 
London. 



MEMBRANE 17. 

Protection until Michaelmas for John Fairher, burgess of Berwick on 
Tweed, in coming to Suffolk to appear before Edmund de Hemmegrave, 
Simon de Hederset and William de Gippewyco, assigned by the king to 
enquire in that county touching trespasses committed against the same 
John by Henry Rotour and others; and in his returning to Scotland. 

By K. 

Simple protection for one year for Henry atte Wode. 



18 EDWARD II.-^Part 2. 



Ill 



1325. 

March 21. 

VVcdtminster. 



March 21. 
Henley. 

March 23. 

Henley. 



March 26. 
Henley. 



March 26. 
Henley. 



March 26. 
Henley. 



March 26. 
Henley, 



April 6. 
Beaulieu. 

April 4. 
Beaulien. 



April 1. 

Harwell. 

April 8. 
Beaulieu. 



Membrane 17 — cont. 

Presentation of Howel ap Gryffith to the church of St. Mary, le Nangel, 
in the diocese of St. Davids, in the king's gift by reason of the priory of 
Pembroke being in his hands. 

Signification to D. bishop of St. Davids of the revocation of the 
presentation of Thomas de Cotyngham to the said church. 

Presentation of Robert de Tonge to the church of Fobbyng, in the diocese 
of London, in the king's gift by reason o^ the lands late of Humphrey de 
Bohun, earl of Hereford and Essex, being in his hands. By p.s. 

Appointment during pleasure of Henry de Hambury, as chief justice of 
the Bench, Dublin, with the usual fee. By K. 

Mandate to the justices of the said Bench to admit him. 

The like to the treasurer and chamberlains of Dublin to pay him the 
usual fee at the usual terms. 

Pardon to Robert de Lyndeby of his rebellion and all other trespasses, on 
condition that he stand his trial if anyone will proceed against him. 

ByK. 
The like for:— 
Ivo de Hakthorp. 
Adam de Brynkeburn. 
Robert de Yerdel. 

Power during pleasure to John deFenwyk and William de Felton to 
receive into the king's peace all such as adhered to the Scots, enemies and 
rebels against the king, who wish to come in. By K. 

Licence for Robert de Wansy to enfeoff Master Roger Athewold, clerk, 
of the manor of Hastwell, co. Northampton, held in chief, and for the latter 
to re-grant it to him for life, with remainders to Robert son of the said 
Robert and Agnes his wife, and the heirs of their bodies and to the right 
heirs of the first-mentioned Robert. 

Grant during pleasure to Henry de Acorn, ' chaufcyre ' in the chancery, 
of the whole bailiwick of the forestry of Myrescough, in the forest of 
Galtres. By K. 

Licence, in pursuance of the above grant, for him to have the said baili- 
wick kept by fit foresters. By K. 

Protection with clause nolumus for one year for John de Hampton of the 
county of Somerset. 

Association of Brian de Gouiz and Richard Pik in the room of Alan de 
Boxhill, who is on the king's service in Gascony, and John de Percy, who has 
become blind, to select 200 footmen in the counties of Dorset and Somerset, 
as in a former commission [22 December] . French. [Pari. Writs.] By K. 

Pardon, at the request of Res ap Grifiith, king's yeoman, to Adam 
Daraz for having been lately in rebellion against the king. By p.s. 

Protection for one year for men whom John Gabriel, merchant, citizen 
of Winchester, is sending in a ship of his with wines and other merchandise 
to Ireland to make his profit thereof there, and to buy merchandise in 
those parts to be brought to England. 



112 



CALENDAR OF PATENT ROLLS. 



1325. 

April 12. 
Beaulieu. 



April 12. 
Beaulieu. 



April 18. 
Beaulieu. 



April 18. 
Beaulieu. 



Memhraiu 17 — cont. 

Appointment for one year of Henry de Glaston', king's Serjeant, to arrest 
Thomas de Stoke of Wellay, who has broken out of prison, where he was 
detained for his rebellion. 

By K. on the information of Master H. de Clif. 

Association of Richard de Abberbury, in the room of Richard de Colshull, 
to select 250 footmen in the counties of Oxford and Berks, as in a former 
commission [22 December]. French. [Pari. Writs.] 

Grant to Master Thomas de Asteleye, king's clerk, of the prebend of 
Ewythynton, in the church of St. Ethelbert, Hereford, in the king's gift 
by reason of the temporalities of the bishopric being in his hands. By K. 

Revocation of the collation to Robert de Wodehous, king's clerk, of the 
said prebend. By K. 



March 2. 
Tower of 
London. 



March 1. 
Westminster. 



March 20. 

Sheen. 



March 22. 
Henley. 

March 26. 
Henley. 

March 26. 
Henley. 



March 26. 
Henley, 

April 2. 
MarwcU. 



MEMBRANE 16. 

Grant to Ralph de Cobham, who had from John de Warenna, earl of 
Surrey, a grant for life of the manor and town of Thefford, held in chief, 
with views of frank pledge, fairs, markets, advowsons, commons, passages, 
pontages, fisheries, pastures and all other liberties, the reversion whereof 
was afterwards by a fine levied before the justices of the Bench granted by 
the earl to Thomas late earl of Lancaster, and by the forfeiture of the 
latter has come to the king, and who has surrendered the same to the king, 
of the premises, to hold in tail male, with reversion to the king. By K. 

Association of Roger du Boys, in the room of William Wasteneys, who 
is in the company of Thomas Wake and is going to Gascony in the company 
of the earl of Warren to select 300 footmen in the county of Lincoln, as 
in a former commission [22 December]. French. [Pari. Writs.] 

Signification to J. bishop of Norwich, or his vicar-general if he be 
abroad, of the royal assent to the election of John de Len, cellarer of the 
house of St. Mary and St. Nicholas, Massingham, to be prior of house, the 
patronage whereof is in the king by reason of the forfeiture of Thomas de 
Weyland. • By K. 

Grant to Robert de Silkeston of the prebendal church of Bokyngfold. 

By p.s. 

Presentation of the said Robert to the church of Cayngham, in the 
diocese of York. By K. 

Appointment of Richard de Rothyng and Adam de Rothyng, carpenters, 
to lead to the king at Portesmuth all the carpenters of the city of London 
recently selected to go on his service on the next passage to Gascony. 

By K. 

Memorandum. It is written to the sheriffs of London to pay the wages 
of the said carpenters out of the issues of their bailiwick, as appears in the 
dorse of the Gascon Roll. 

Writ de intendendo directed to the said carpenters in favour of the said 
Richard and Adam. By K. 

Protection with clause nolumus for one year for Anian ap Yevan, burgess 
of Beaumaris. 



18 EDWARD II.— Part 2. 



113 



1325. 

April 8. 
Beaulieu. 

April 4. 
Stoneham. 

April 4. 
Stoneham. 



April 8. 
Beaulieu. 



April 5. 
Beaulieu. 



April 13. 
Beaulieu. 



April 14. 
Beaulieu. 



Membrane 1,6 — cnnt. 
The like for William Matheu, clerk. 

Simple protection for one year for John Laloo of the island of Gernereye 
in the islaaids of Gernereye, Jereseye, Serk and Aureneye. By K. 

Protection and safe-conduct for two years for John de Bloxham, of tlie 
Carmelite order, bachelor in Theology and vicar of the prior general 
of that order in Ireland, going there to make a visitation of the order. 

The like until Whitsunday for the bishop of Orange [Aurisacemis], papal 
nuncio, and Henry lord of Sully, presently coming to the king from France, 
their households, harness and goods. By K. 

\_F(edera.'] 

Appointment of John Everard to the custody until further order of the 
abbey of Tavistoke, as a double election took place after the death of the 
last abbot,, to wit of Robert Bosse and John de Courteny, monks thereof, 
and they have refused to accept the decision of their diocesan, and have 
appealed to other judges without the realm, by which appeals and 
contentions the abbey might be impoverished ; and he is to receive the 
abbey by indenture from the escheator of the county of Devon, whom the 
king had already commanded to take the abbey into his hands, and out of 
the issues he is to maintain the alms, monks and necessary ministers, and 
apply the surplus by view and testimony of the prior and majority of the 
convent to the relief of the house, if necessary, or to its profit. By K. 

Licence for Thomas de Furnivall the elder to enfeoff Michael de Wath, 
king's clerk, of the manors of Shefeld, co. York, Wyrkesop and Gresthorp, 
CO. Nottingham, Eyghum and Bracinton, co. Derby, held in chief, and for 
the latter to re-grant the same to the said Thomas for life, with successive 
remainders in tail to Thomas his son and William brother of the latter, and 
reversion to the right heirs of the said Thomas the elder. By K. 

Association of William Rydel and Gilbert de Boroudon, in the room of 
of Robert de Umframvill, earl of Anegos, deceased, with Roger de Heyroun 
and Roger de Horsleye, in a commission lately directed to the latter to keep 
the truce wuth the Scots in the parts of Northumberland. By K. 

[Fader a A 



MEMBRANE 15. 

March 12. Grant to Roger Pychard, knight, of that which pertains to the king, of 

Henley. the marriage of Constance late the wife of Henry de Mortuo Mari, tenant 

in chief, to wit, any fine she may make for the same or the forfeiture due if 

she marry without the licence of the king or the said Roger. ' By p.s. 

April 22. Presentation of John de Bray to the vicarage of the church of Wane- 

Beaulieu. tyngge, in the diocese of Salisbury, in the king's gift by reason of the 

temporalities of the priory of Okeburn being in his hands ; directed to R. 

bishop of Salisbury. 

The like directed to : — 

The dean and chapter of the church of Salisbury. 
The dean of the said church. 



April 29. 

Winchester. 



Protection with clause nolumvs for one year for Robert de Hungerford. 



8217 



114 



CALENDAR OF PATENT ROLLS. 



1325. 



April 28. 
Beaulieu. 



April 18. 
Beaulieu. 



April 14. 

Beaulieu. 



May 2. 

Winchester. 



May 3. 

Winchester. 



May 2. 
Winchester. 



Membrane 15 — ro7it. 

The like for the following : — 
Master Robert de Wambergh. 
Master Robert de Worth. 
Robert le Gamene. 

hispe.rimus and confirmation of (1) a grant in mortmain by H. bishop of 
Winchester and to the four priests of the church founded by him at 
Merewell of 13Z. from his rents of Twyford, to wit 60-'?. for each priest and 
20.f. for ornaments and lights. 

(2) Ordinances made for the said priests by Peter bishop of Winchester, 
dated at Merewell, 1226, with additional grants of corn and hay to be paid 
to them by the rector of Stokes. [Mo7iasticon.] By K. 

Licence for Richard Damory to grant -to William de Burcestre, Eleanor 
his wife, and Nicholas his son, for their lives, 40 acres of land in the suburb 
of Oxford belonging to the hundred without the northgate of Oxford, held 
by him in chief, to hold at a rent of 40.s. a year, with reversion to the 
said Richard. By fine of 40s. 

Grant to Master Geoffrey de Eyton, king's clerk, of the prebend of 
Brouneswode, in the church of St. Paul's, London, in the king's gift by 
reason of the late voidance of the bishopric of London. By K. 

Appointment of John de Say to take and imprison William de Faucom- 
berge, and to seize into the king's hands his lands and goods. By K. 

Cancelled u-ith viarr/inal note — 'Let not this commission be current in the 
estreats, because it is charged in the roll of Fines under the same date 
touching the same goods, &c.' 

Licence for John de Heriz to grant to Thomas de la Forthe, clerk, and 
Robert de Couland and the heirs of the said Thomas the manors of 
Tibesshelf, co. Derby, and Wydemerpol, co. Nottingham, and the advowson 
of the church of the latter manor, held in chief as of the honor of Peverel, 
as appears by inquisition made by John de Bolyngbrok, escheator in the 
counties of Warwick, &c. ; and for them to re-grant the same to him for 
life, with successive remainders to Roger Beler for life, to Roger son of 
Roger Beler and Margaret the elder daughter of Richard de la Ryvere, 
knight, and to Thomas son of Roger Beler and Margaret the younger 
daughter of Richard de la Ryvere, knight, and the heirs of their bodies, and 
to the right heirs of the said John de tieriz. By fine of lOO.s. 

Licence for the said John to grant as above the manor of Gonaldeston, 
CO. Nottingham, and the advowson of the church thereof, held in chief of 
the said honor, as appears by like inquisition, and for the said Thomas and 
Robert and the heirs of Thomas to re-grant the same to the said John for 
life with successive remainders to Thomas son of Roger Beler and Margaret 
the younger daughter of Richard de la Ryvere, knight, and to Roger son 
of Roger Beler, and Margaret the elder daughter of Richard de la Ryvere, 
knight, and the heirs of their bodies and to the- right heirs of the said John 
de Heriz. By fine contained in the other charter. 

Pardon to Bertrand de Mountbocher, knight, of his outlawry in the 
county of Essex for non-appearance before Aymer de Valencia, earl of 
Pembroke, and his fellows, justices in eyre for pleas of the forest of Essex, 
to do what, according to the assize of the forest, he ought to do. By p.s. 

Mandate to mayors, sheriffs and others to arrest all persons prosecuting 
appeals in derogation of the king's presentation of John de Amwell, king's 
clerk, to the church of Westrasen, in his gift by reason of the priory of 
Holy Trinity, York, being in his hands. 



18 EDWARD II.— Part 2. 



116 



1325. 

April 22. 
Beaulieu. 



May 8. 
Winchester. 



May 11. 
Porchcster. 



Membrane 15 — cont. 

Presentation of John de Bray, chaplain, to the vicarage of Wanetynge, 
in the diocese of Salisbury, in the king's gift by reason of the temporalities 
of the abbey of Bee Hellonin being in his hands ; directed to R. bishop of 
Salisbury^ 

Tlie like directed to the dean and chapter of Salisbury. 

The like directed to the dean. 

Protection with clause nohnnus for one year for Richard de Mora, parson 
of the church of Whatton. 

The like for the following : — 
William Monek of Tyrington. 
Robert del More of St. ]^]dmunds. 

Robert de Welle, staying in England, has letters nominating Richard de 
Armeston and Elias de Assheburn as his attorneys in Ireland for one year. 
Vacated because otheriii^e below. 



March 26. 
Henlev. 



April 15. 
Beaulieu. 

April 14. 
Beaulieu. 

April 29. 

Winchester. 

March 26. 

Henley. 



April 30. 

Winchester. 

May 8. 
Winchester. 



April 13. 

Beaulieu. 

April 14. 

Beaulieu. 



April 14. 

Beaulieu. 



April 17. 

Beaulieu. 



MEMBRANE 14. 

Protection and clause volwnus for one year for Stephen son of Stephen de 
Houeden. 

The like for the following : — 

The prior of Appeldercumbe in the Isle of Wight. 

William Tournay. 

John de TJfford. 

Protection with clause volumufi for one year for John de Brun, going to 
Gascony on the king's service with William le Latimere. 

By testimony of the said William. 

The like for William de Rampton, staying beyond seas on the king's 
service. By K. 

Protection with clause nolvmus for two years for Taldus Valoris, Bonus 
Philippi, Bernard Gaitani, Francis Grandonis, John Francisci, Peter de 
Reyneri, Alexander de Ward, Thomas Thethaldi, and Loternus Dacolyne, 
merchants of the society of the Bardi of Florence, and their fellows, 
merchants of the said society. 

Safe-conduct for one year for W^illiam de Friskenaye of Waynflet, 
merchant, going to divers parts with two ships to trade. 

Presentation of WilHam de Melburn to the church of Briggesle, in the 
diocese of Lincoln, in the king's gift by reason of the temporalities of the 
priory of Ravendale being in his hands. By K. 

Protection and safe-conduct for one year for Walter Petit, Hugh Chepman 
and William de Marr', men of Scotland, going with twelve men of that 
land in a ship to Ireland, to trade. By K. 

Licence for David de Strabolgi, earl of Athol, to impark his wood called 
Northwode in the manor of North wode, in the hundred of Whitstaple, co. 
Kent. By K. 



116 



CALENDAR OF PATENT ROLLS. 



1325. 



April 14, 

Beaulieu. 



April 18. 

Beaulieu. 



April 15. 

Beaulieu. 



April 18. 
Beaulieu. 

April 18. 
Beaulieu. 



April 6. 
Beaulieu. 



April 28. 
Winchester. 



May 1. 

Winchester. 



May 4. 

Winchester. 



Membrane 14 — rant. 

Grant to John de Denton, king's clerk, of the prebend of Morton in the 
church of St. Ethelbert, Hereford, in the king's gift by reason of the 
temporalities of the bishopric being in his hands. By K. 

Mandate in pursuance to the bishop of Hereford or his vicar-general. 

Vacated because otherwise below under a new date. 

Safe-conduct for one year for the men whom Laurence de Elniham, 
king's yeoman, is sending with a ship called la (iodiere of London, with 
goods to Gascony. 

Presentation of Master Richard Bachiler to the church of Neweton, in the 
Isle of ^Yight, in the diocese of Winchester, in the king's gift by reason of 
the temporalities of the abbot of Lyre being in his hands. 

Signification to S. bishop of London of the revocation of the late 
presentation of Peter de Nauntoil to the church of Little Laufare, in the 
diocese of London. By K. 

Presentation of Robert de Bywell to the church ot Aber, in the diocese of 
Bangor. 

Appointment of Richard de Kirkebride and John de Skelton, in the room 
of Randolf de Dacre, who is going to Gascony with John de Warenna, earl 
of Surrey, and of Adam de Skelton, deceased, with John de Haryngton, to 
keep the truce made with the Scots in the counties of Cumberland and 
Westmoreland. ■ By K. 

Mandate to them to be diligent herein. 

Licence for Elizabeth Comyn, to enfeoff Hugh le Despenser, the younger, 
of the castle and manor of Castel Goderiche in the march of Wales, held 
in chief. 

The like for her to enfeoff Hugh le Despenser, earl of Winchester, of the 
manor of Payneswyk, co. Gloucester, held in chief. 

Association of Robert Malet in the room of John de Nowers, to select 20 
men at arms in the counties of Bedford and' Buckingham, as in a former 
commission [22 December]. French. [Pari. Writs.'] 

Safe-conduct for one year for Master Ralph Herbert!, clerk of Almaric de 
Credonio, who is going beyond seas, to return again to England in a very 
short time. By K. 

Protection with clause volumns until 1 August for Randolf de Charon, 
staying beyond the seas with Queen Isabel. By K. 

Licence for the alienation in mortmain by Reginald de la Legh of 
Brugges of a messuage, 4 acres of land and 60.s. of rent in Brugges, 
CO. Salop, to a chaplain to celebrate divine service daily in the church of 
St. Leonard, Brugges, for the souls of the said Reginald, Alice his wife, 
their ancestors and successors and the faithful departed. By line of 100s. 



May 3. 
Winchester 



MEMT^ANE 13. 

Prohibition to all ecclesiastical persons from proceedings in derogation of 
the judgment whereby the king recovered against John, bishop of Bath and 
Wells, his presentation to the prebend of Yatton, in the church of St. 
Andrew, Wells, as in his gift by reason of the late voidance of the bishopric 
of Bath and Wells, in the time of Edward I, of his collation thereof to 
Master Robert de Baldok, archdeacon of Middlesex. By K. 

Mandate to mayors, sheriffs and others to arrest any such persons. 

By K. 



18 EDWARD II.~Part 2. 



117 



1325. 

May 3. 
Winchester. 



May 4. 

Winchester. 



May 4. 

Winchester, 



May 5. 

Winchester, 



May 5. 

Winchester. 



May 6. 

Winchester. 



May 6. 

Winchester. 



May 5. 

Winchester. 



Membrane 13 — cont. 

Grant to Robert de Eglesfeld of the marriage of Thomas de Moryleye, 
son and heir of Thomas de Moryleye, tenant in chief, and so from heir to 
heir. By fine of 10/. By the Treasurer. 

Mandate to Walter de Plumlond to deliver to him the body of the said 
heir to be married. 

Licence for Bernard de Brus to enfeoff Robert de Brus, clerk, of two 
parts of the manor of Exton, co. Rutland, held in chief as of the honor of 
Huntyngdon, as appears by inquisition made by Matthew Broun, escheator 
in the counties of Lincoln, &c., and for the latter to re-grant the sum to 
him for life, with remainder in tail to Bernard son of Bernard de Brus and 
Maud his wife, and reversion to the right heirs of the first-mentioned 
Bernard. By fine of 10 marks. 

The like for the said Bernard to grant in fee tail to the above Bernard 
and Maud his wife one third of the said manor, with reversion to the 
grantor and his heirs. By fine of 5 marks. 

Presentation of John de Houton to the church of Poswyk, in the diocese 
of Norwich, in the king's gift by reason of the lands of Aymer de Valencia, 
earl of Pembroke, deceased, tenant in chief, being in the king's hands. 

ByK. 

Licence for the alienation in mortmain by Master Henry de Garlandia 
and Master Hugh de Warkenby to the dean and chapter of Cicestre of 38 
acres of land, 4 acres of meadow and a moiety of an acre of wood in 
Coleworth and Ovynge, not held in chief, and of the value of 53.s. 10^^. a 
year, as appears by inquisition made by Master Richard *de Clare, late 
escheator this side Trent, in part satisfaction of their licence to acquire 
land and rent to the value of 40/. a year. 

Licence for the prior and convent of Motesfonte to appropriate the 
church of Berewyk St. James, in the diocese of Salisbury, which is of their 
advowson. By K. 

Association of John Bret in the room of Alvred de Sulny, who has fallen 
ill, to select 200 footmen in the counties of Nottingham and Derby, as in 
a former commission [22 December]. By testimony of Richard Damory, 
steward of the Household. French. [Pari. Writs.] 

Exemption for life, at the request of John de Hegham, king's yeoman, 
of John de Longeville the younger, burgess of Northampton, from being 
put on assizes, juries or recognitions, and from appointment as mayor, 
coroner, bailiff, or other minister of the king in that town, against his will. 

ByK. 

Association of Peter de Baa, in the room of Thomas Coudray, who has 
fallen ill, to select 250 footmen in the counties of Berks and Oxford, as in 
a former commission [22 December]. French. [Pari. Writs.] 

Presentation of Richard de Chaddesden of Notingham to the church of 
Marsfeld in the diocese of Chichester, void by the resignation of John de 
Ash well, the last rector. By K. 

Licence for the alienation in mortmain to the master and brethren of the 
hospital of St Bartholomew, Smythefeld, London, by William de Arundell 
of London, of a messuage, 12 shops, 8 solers and 13s. 4J. of rent in the 
suburb of London, and by Robert Newecomen of London, 'seler,' of 37 
acres of land in the parishes of St. Giles and of St. Botolph's without 
Aldresgate, London, in aid of the maintenance of two chaplains celebrating 
divine service daily in the hospital for the souls of the said William and 
Robert; their ancestors and heirs and the faithful departed. 

By fine of 30.s-. London. 



118 



CALENDAR OF PATENT ROLLS. 



1325. 

May 8. 

Winchester. 



May 6. 

Winchester. 



May 12. 

Porchester. 



May 14. 

Porchester. 



May 15. 

Porchester. 



May 15. 

Porchester, 



May 18. 
Porchester. 



May 17. 

Porchester. 



May 19. 
Dureford. 



May 18. 
Porchester. 



MEMBRANE 12. 

Mandate to sheriffs and others to arrest all persons prosecuting appeals 
in derogation of the king's right of presentation of Thomas de Cotyngham 
to the church of St. Mary le Nangel, in the diocese of St. David's, in his 
gift by reason of the priory of Pembroke being in his hands. 

Prohibition to all ecclesiastical persons from proceedings in derogation of 
the king's right herein. 

Protection with clause ror/amus for two years for the master and brethren 
of the hospital of St. Thomas the Martyr of Acre in the city of London, 
collecting alms. 

Licence for the alienation in mortmain by Roger Beler to the warden 
and chaplains of the chapel of St. Peter, Kirkeby super Wrethek, of 10 
messuages, 5 virgates of land, and 6 acres of meadow in Belegrave and 
Thornaston, in aid of their maintenance, to celebrate divine service daily 
in the said chapel as he shall ordain. By fine of 2 marks. 

Presentation of Robert de Pipeshill to the church of Shenefeld, in the 
diocese of London, in the king's gift by reason of the lands of Humphrey 
de Bohun, late earl of Hereford, being in his hands. By writ of Secret Seal. 

Licence for the alienation in mortmain by Robert Golde to John le Bray, 
warden of the chapel of Holy Trinity, Totynton, of 5 acres of land in 
Eylesford to celebrate divine service daily in the said chapel for the souls 
of Richard de Rokesle and John de Rokesle and their ancestors and 
successors. By fine of | mark. 

Pardon to Master Richard de Clare, king's clerk, for acquiring in fee 
from Alexander de Bykenore a messuage, a carucate of land, 6^. of rent and 
two parts of a mill in Ruardyn, held in chief, and entering therein without 
licence ; and restitution of the same. By fine of lOO-s. 

Licence for the alienation in mortmain by Master Geoffrey de la Gale, 
clerk, to the abbot and convent of Seleby of a messuage in Rednesse, not 
held in chief, and of the value of 12//. a year as appears by inquisition 
made by Simon de Grymmesby, escheator in the counties of York, &c., in 
part satisfaction of the licence to' acquire land and rent to the value of 281. 
a year granted to them by the king's letters patent. 

Association of John del Isle of Wodeburn in the room of John de 
Fenwick, who has been chosen sheriff of the county, to select 100 hobelers 
in the county of Northumberland, as in a former commission [23 December]. 

French. [Pari. WriU.] 

Presentation of William de Leobury erf Worcester to the church of 
Avenyngge, in the diocese of Worcester, in the king's gift by reason of the 
temporalities of the abbey of Caen being in his hands. By p.s. 

Grant for life to Godfrey de Rudham, king's clerk, of the wardenship of 
the hospital of St. James without Westminster. By p.s. 

Writ de intend endo directed to the brethren and sisters thereof. 

Association of Peter de Loryng and Roger de Beauchamp, m the room 
of Andrew de Seint Lys and Robert Malet, to select 20 men at arms in the 
counties of Bedford and Buckingham, as in a former commission [22 
December]. French. [Pari. Writs.'] 



18 EDWAKD II.— Part 2. 



119 



1325. 

April 12. 
Beaulieu. 



May 3. 
Winchester. 

May 4. 

Winchester. 

May 10. 

Porchester. 

May 5. 

Winchester. 

May 15. 

Porchester. 

April 16. 
Beaulieu. 



May 6. 

Winchester. 

April 18. 
Beaulieu. 



April 27. 
Beaulieu. 

April 22. 

Beaulieu. 



April 23. 
Beaulieu. 



April 24. 
Beaulieu. 



MEMBRANE 11. 

Pardon to William Foket of his outlawry in the county of Southampton 
for non-appearance before John de Foxle and his fellows, the king's 
justices, to answer touching a plea of trespass of Francis Pymont, merchant, 
on condition that he surrender forthwith to prison and stand his trial if the 
said Francis will proceed against him. 

The like word for word to the following : — 
Roger le Smyth. 
John atte Wode. 
William Sebode. 
William le Glot. 
Robert atte Brugge. 

Protection with clause nolwinis for one year for Thomas de Forde, 
parson of the church of Maydene Newenton. 

The like for the following : — 

John de Kyrkeby of Craule and Nicholas his son. 

Thomas le Devenissh of Bristol. 

John de Blebury. 

Luke de Flisco, cardinal, parson of the church of Tiryngton. 

Richard de Bokelond, parson of the church of Stok Neuton. 

John de Olneyel 

Master John de Shoteswell, parson of the church of Cobyngton. 

Safe-conduct for one year for John Lucas going to divers parts of the 
realm with his ship called Seinte Marie Bot of Colecestre for business 
enjoined on him by the king. 

The like for John de Ormesby. 

Protection for one year for Raymund Pelegryn, proctor of Master John 
de Podio Bersaco, and some other executors and notaries, prosecuting 
business of the said Master John in the realm. By K. 

Grant to the abbot of Byldewas of pontage for three years to build a 
bridge over the water of Cospeford by Edeshale. 

Safe-conduct for William de Bello Campo, sent by the king to Aquitaine 
to further some special business and return to him as soon as the business 
is done. By K. 

The like, until Michaelmas, for William de Notingham, provincial 
minister of the Friars Minors in England, going beyond seas with live 
brethren to the general chapter of the order. By K. 

Master Richard de Clare, parson of the church of Dungarvan in Ireland, 
staying in England, has letters nominating Walter de Stoke and Thomas 
Pendregas as his attorneys for one year. 

Protection with clause rofjamas for one year for the master and brethren 
of the hospital of St. Anthony in England, and for their men and 
possessions. 



120 



CALENDAR OF PATENT ROLLS. 



1325. 

April 20. 

Beawlieu. 



May 1. 

Winchester, 



April 4. 
Beaulieu. 



April 12. 

Beaulieu, 



May 2. 

Winchester. 



May 2. 

Winchester, 



May 3. 

Winchester, 



May 4. 

Winchester. 

May 4. 

Winchester. 



May 6. 

Winchester. 



]\Iay 21. 
Dureford. 



Mmnhranc 11 — vont. 

Pardon to John le Whyte of Somerset of the suit of the king's peace for 
the death of John Valdy of Somerset, as it appears by the record of Robert 
de Stolvheye and his fellows, justices appointed to deliver the gaol of 
Exeter, that he killed him in self-defence. By p.s. 

Presentation of William de Novthwell to the church of Arkesy, in the 
diocese of York, in the king's gift by reason of his custody of the land and 
heir of Payn de Tibetot, tenant in chief. By K. 

Association of John Trussel of Thorpe Malesores and Thomas Cursoun 
of Sibertoft in the room of Humphrey de Bassingbourn and Eustace de 
Burneby, to select 20 hobelers in the county of Northampton as in a former 
commission [22 December]. French. [FarL Writs.] 

Pardon to Robert son of Robert de Sireston of the suit of the king's 
peace for the death of Hugh de Wassyngbourn, chaplain of Sireston, and 
of any consequent outlawry. 

Licence for Roger de Wednesley the younger to enfeoff William de Brug- 
geton, chaplain, of the manor of Wednesley, co. Derby, held in chief, as of 
the manor of. Wirkesworth, which is in the king's hand by the forfeiture of 
Thomas late earl of Lancaster, as appears by inquisition made by John de 
Bolyngbrok, escheator in the counties of Warwick, &c., and for the latter 
to re-grant the same to the said Roger and Avice his wife in tail, with 
remainder to the right heirs of Roger. By fine of 40s. 

Pardon to William de Gostrode for acquiring in fee from John de la 
Poyle 7s. of rent in Chidyngfold, co. Surrey, held in chief, and entering 
therein without licence ; and restitution of the same. By fine of 1 mark. 

Licence for Bernard de Brus to enfeoff Robert de Brus, clerk, of the 
manor of Conynton and of the advowson of the church of that town, which 
are held in chief by the forfeiture of Robert de Brus, as appears by inquisition 
made by John de Bloumvill, escheator in the counties of Norfolk, &c., and 
for the latter to re-grant the same to the said Bernard and Agnes his wife 
for their lives, with remainders to Bernard son of Bernard de Brus and the 
heirs of his body and to the right heirs of the first mentioned Bernard. 

By fine of 5 marks. 

Protection with clause vohimus until Michaelmas for Robert de Morley, 
staying beyond seas on the king's service with Queen Isabel. By K. 

Grant during pleasure to Richard Damory of the custody of the forest 
of La Sause, lately granted for life to John de Broghton, which for certain 
causes is now in the king's hands. 

Mandate to Hugh le Despenser, earl of Winchester, justice of the forest 
this side Trent, to deliver it to the same Richard. 

Thomas earl of Norfolk and marshal of England, the king's brother, 
staying in England, has letters nominating Thomas de Insula and Thomas 
de Morton, clerk, as his attorneys in Ireland for two years. By K. 

Henry de Merton, parson of the church of Weston by Beccles, going 
beyond seas, has like letters nominating John de Creye as his attorney in 
England for one year. 



18 EDWARD II.— Part 2. 



121 



1325. 
May 4. 

Winchester, 



May 1. 

Winchester. 



[May] 5. 
Winchester. 

May 6. 

Winchester. 

May 5. 

Winchester. 



April 28. 
Beaulieu. 



May 6. 

Winchester. 



May 6. 

Winchester* 



MEMBRANE 10. 

Grant to John de Warenna, earl of Surrey, now gone to Aquitaine on the 
king's service, that in case of his death there while in that service, the king 
will betake himself to the earl's heirs in respect to what is due from the 
earl at th,e exchequer as well for his own debts as for those of his ancestors, 
so that the executors of his will shall have free administration of his goods 
for the execution of such will. 

By K. on the information of William de Colby. 

Whereas the abbot and convent of Westminster have granted to the king 
the manor of La Neyte by Westminster to hold at their will to have 
certain easements therein, he for their indemnity notifies by these presents 
that he has no estate in it except by their permission and grants that if he 
retain the manor for the whole of his life they may enter into and hold it 
directly after his death without any suit to be made to his heirs or 
successors. By K. 

Simple protection in Ireland for one year for Isabel late the wife of John 
de Hastynges, staying in England. 

Master Andrew Sapiti, staying in England, has letters nominating 
Stephen Gucii of Florence as his attorney in Ireland for two years. 

Association of John Bret, in the room of Alvred de Solney, to select 20 
men at arms in the counties of Derby and Nottingham, as in a former 
commission [23 December]. 

By testimony of Richard Damory, steward of the household. 

French. [Pari. Writs.] 

The like of Robert de Kyngheley and Peter de Ayton in the room of Alan 
de Cherleton, to select 60 hobelers and 120 archers in the counties of 
Salop and Stafford, as in a former commission [22 December]. 

French. [Pari. Writs.'] 

Confirmation of a grant by William late abbot of Hyde by Winchester 
and the convent of that place to Thomas Gille of Muchuldevere and Amice 
daughter of Adam de Marisco of Adevere of two messuages and two virgates 
of land which Richard Gille and William atte Tounesend held of the 
grantors in villeinage in the town of Muchuldevere, to hold in survivorship 
at a rent of 13s. M. By fine of 1 mark. 

Whereas John de Hastyng the elder, now deceased, in the time of the 
late king granted to Amabilla late the wife of Philip de Baggeshore his 
mills of Worfeld, parcels of the manor of Worfeld, which he held in chief, 
to hold for her life at a rent of 40s., afterwards John son and heir of the 
above John, also deceased, on Friday after St. Katherine the Virgin, 15 
Edward II, granted to John son of the said Philip the said rent of 40s. by 
the hands of Amabilla, mother of the said John son of Philip, for her 
life, and granted also that after her death the said mills with the suit 
thereof should remain to him for his life, with timber in the wood of the 
said John son of John of Worfeld for the repair thereof, at a rose rent, with 
reversion to the said John son of John and his heirs ; and whereas the said 
John son of Philip by virtue of such grant entered into the premises after 
the death of Amabilla and continued his seisin down to the death of John 
son of John without obtaining the king's licence, as appears by inquisition 
made by John de Hampton, escheator in the counties of Gloucester, &c. : 
the king for a fine has pardoned to the said John son of Philip the 
trespasses herein, and granted licence for him to retain the premises. 

By fine of 10s. Salop. 



122 



CALENDAR OF PATENT ROLLS. 



1325. 



May 8. 
Winchester. 



May 6. 
Winchester. 



May 8. 

Winchester 



May 13. 

Porchester. 

May 8. 

Winchester. 



May 11. 

Porchester. 



May 12. 

Porchester. 



May 9. 
Porchester, 



Memhrane 10 — cant. 

Presentation of Thomas de Cotyngham to the church of St. Mary le 
Nangel in the diocese of St. Davids, in the king's gift by reason of the 
priory of Pembroke being in his hands. 

Signification to D. bishop of St. Davids of the revocation of the presen- 
tation of Howel ap Griffuth to the said church. 

Licence for the alienation in mortmain by John de Haveresham, chaplain, 
to the abbot and convent of Lavenden of 12 acres of land in Haveresham in 
aid of the maintenance of a chaplain to celebrate divine service daily in the 
church of the abbey for the souls of the faithful departed. By fine of 20s. 

Licence for Margery daughter of Alice Foucher of Batramesle to grant in 
tail to John de Blakedon and Alice his wife a messuage, a carucate of land, 
6 acres of meadow, 9 acres of wood and 22-<?. ^M. of rent in Batrameslee, 
held of the king in socage, as appears by inquisition made by Richard le 
Wayte, escheator in the counties of Southampton, &c. with reversion to the 
said Margery and her heirs. By fine of 1 mark. 

Association of Peter de Tylliol and Alan de Grymmesdale, in the room 
of Randolf de Dacre, gone to Gascony with the earl of Surrey, and of 
Adam de Skelton, deceased, with John de Haryngton to keep the truce 
with the Scots in Cumberland and Westmoreland. By K. 

[Fader a. 1 

Licence for the prior and convent of Suthewyk to appropriate the church 
of Swyndon, of their own advowson. By writ of secret seal. 

Licence for one year for the merchants of the society of the Bardi to 
export the wool of the present season, notwithstanding the statute of the 
staple. By K. on the information of W. de Ayremynne. 

Robert de Welle, staying in England, has letters nominating Richard de 
Armeston and Thomas de Brikeserth as his attorneys in Ireland for one 
year. 

Writ of aid during pleasure for Edmund de Assheby, appointed by 
Edward earl of Chester to be his escheator and keeper of the knights' fees 
held of the said carl as of the honor of Chester except those held of him in 
the counties of Chester and Flynt. 

Safe-conduct until Midsummer for Nicholas Burel of Bruges in Flanders. 



May 18. 

Porchester. 



May 21. 

Dureford. 

May 17. 

Porchester. 



MEMBRANE 9. 

Association of Laurence de Preston in the room of Ralph Basset of 

Weldon to select 250 footmen in the county of Northampton, as in a 

former commission [22 December]. French. [Pari. Writs.'] 

Protection with clause nolunms for one year for Henry de Merton, parson 
of the church of W^eston by Beceles. 

Association of John de Ratynden and John Covert in the room of Giles 
de Breaunzoun and Luke de Vienne to select 20 men at arms in the 
counties of Surrey and Sussex, as in a former commission [23 December] . 

Vacated. 

Afterwards on 30 June, because John de Ratynden is of the retinue of 
Hugh le Despenser, earl of Winchester, he has assigned Thomas de Weyvill 
in his place in the above commission. 

Because Thomas' de Weyvill was at another time taken off because he 
had no lands or tenements let Baldwin de Stowe be assigned in his place. 

French. [Pari. Writs.'] 



18 EDWARD II.— Part 2. 



123 



1325. 

May 16. 

Porchester. 



May 20. 

Henley. 



May 12. 
Porchester. 



May 10. 
Porchester. 



May 16. 

Porchester. 

May 26. 

Chertsey. 

May 27. 

Chertscj. 



May 27. 
|Chertsey. 



May 29. 

Chertsev. 



May 17. 

Porchester. 



Membrane 9 — -cont. 

Pardon to Henry Pouger, chaplain, of his outlawry in the county of 
Derby for non-appearance before the king to answer touching an indict- 
ment of having stolen and driven away two bullocks and two calves of 
Maud late the wife of Walter le Stubber of Stonesby ; on condition that 
he surrender to the Marshalsea prison and stand his trial if anyone will 
proceed against him. By K. 

Inspe.rimus and confirmation of letters patent dated 19 February, 29 
Edward I, in favour of Thomas de Chaunceux son and heir of Hugh de 
Chaunceux of Upton. [Calendar of Patent Rolls, p. 575.] 

By fine of 1 mark. 

Pardon to Hugh Cullul of Pyncebek for acquiring in tail from Peter 
Cullul of Pyncebek 5 messuages and 12 acres of land in Surfiet held in 
chief, and entering therein without licence, with restitution of the same ; 
and grant that, in case of his death without heir of his body the messuage 
and land shall remain to Thomas Cullul and the heirs of his body, with 
reversion to the said Peter and his heirs. By fine of 40s. 

Pardon to William de Northburgh of Melton of his outlawry in the 
county of Leicester for non-appearance before the king to answer touching 
a plea of trespass of John de Segrave ; on condition that he surrender 
forthwith to the prison of Leycestre and stand his trial if John will proceed 
against him. By K. 

Protection with clause noluiiim for one year for the abbot of St. Albans. 

The like for Master Laurence de la Barre, parson of the church of 
Compton Martyn. 

Appointment of Simon de Redyng, serjeant at arms, to arrest Richard 
atte Wose, John le Luttle and Roger le Catour and bring them to Neugate 
gaol to be delivered to the sherifis there by indenture. By K. 

Grant during pleasure to Henry de Mygnhers of the custody of the park 
of Rouleye within the forest of Nedewod, receiving the same wages as 
Thomas de Wyndesore, who held it last. 

By K. on the information of Master Henry de Clyf. 

Mandate to John de Lek, steward of Tuttebury, to deliver the custody to 
him. 

Presentation of Robert de Maydewell to the church of Neuton in the 
Isle of Wight, in the diocese of Winchester, in the king's gift by reason of 
the temporalities of the abbey of Lyre being in his hands. 

Association of John de Cormailes and William de Hoyvill in the room of 
John de Warblynton and John de Basynges to select 10 men at arms in 
the county of Southampton as in a former commission [23 December]. 

FrencJi. [Pari. Writs.] 



May 12. 

Porchester. 



May 2 [7]. 
Chertsey. 



MEMBRANE 8. 

Association of Peter de Screnby in the room of Roger du Boys to select 
300 footmen in the county of Lincoln, as in a former commission 
[22 December]. French. [Pari. Writs.] 

Protection with clause volumus for one year for Gerard Dorum, staying 
beyond seas on the king's service. By K. 



124 



CALENDAR OF PATENT ROLLS. 



1325, 

May 28. 
Chertsev. 

May 29. 

Chertsev 



May 28. 
Chertsey. 



:\ray 24. 
Henley. 



May 31. 

Chertsey. 



June 2. 

Chertsey. 

May 1. 

Chertsey. 



June 1. 
Cippenham. 

May 29. 

Chertsey. 



May 30. 

Chertsey. 



Membrane 8 — cont. 

Presentation of John de Sculthorp to the church of Lyndon in the 
diocese of Lincoln. 

Thomas Heroun aud Richard de Hengham, canons of the church of the 
Holy Trinity, London, bringing news of the cession of Richard de 
Wymbissh, their prior, have letters for the sub-prior and convent of licence 
to elect. 

Grant for life to the king's niece Eleanor wife of Hugh le Despe^ser son 
of Hugh le Despenser, earl of Yv'inchester, of a messuage and 8 virgates of 
land in Melton Moubray, which the prior and convent of Lewes acquired 
in mortmain without the king's licence from Roger de Moubray, who held 
them in chief of Edward I, whereby they came into the hands of the 
present king as forfeit ; with remainder to Gilbert the son of the said Hugh 
and Eleanor. By K. 

Pardon to Dionisia Sare of Chepyngnorton of her waiver in the county of 
Oxford for non-appearance before John de Stonore and his fellows, justices 
appointed to hear and determine the trespass, to answer touching a plea of 
trespass of John de Haulo, the said John having appeared before the king 
and released to her all manner of action which he had as^ainst her on 
account of the trespass. 

Licence for the alienation in mortmain to the prior and convent of 
Suthwyk, in satisfaction of 20s. of the 20/. yearly of land and rent, which 
they have the king's licence to acquire, by Richard de Denemede of 20s. of 
rent issuing from a messuage and a virgate of land in Wanstede, held by 
Guy atte Shippewasshe for the life of William Hamund and Joan his wife 
at the said rent, and of the premises after the death of the said William 
and Joan, which premises are not held in chief and are worth 13.s. Ad. a 
year, as appears by inquisition made by Richard le Wayte, escheator in the 
counties of Southampton, &c. : also by Richard Peytevyn of 3 messuages in 
Suthwyk, not held in chief and worth 12(1. a year, as appears by the same 
inquisition. 

Presentation of Gilbert de Eboraco to the church of Ravenyngham in 
the diocese of Norwich, in the king's gift by reason of the land of Thomas 
Rocelyn, a rebel, being in his hands. By p.s. 

Protection with clause voliimus for one year for Adam de Herewynton, 
staying in Ireland on the king's service. / By K. 

Safe-conduct until Christmas for John Host of Flanders, while coming 
on pilgrimage to St. Andrew's in Scotland in fulfilment of a vow and 
returning home. 

Presentation of William de Fenkal to the church of Benyngton in the 
diocese of Lincoln, in the king's gift by reason of his custody of the land 
and heir of John de Benstede, tenant in chief. By p.s. 

Safe-conduct until Easter for merchants and others of the land of 
Flanders coming to the realm, as the king would not that their goods and 
merchandise shall be arrested for debts whereof they are not principal 
debtors or sureties, nor for trespasses against the statute of the staple, 
during the truce with Lewis count of Flanders. By K. 

Signification to R. bishop of Coventry and Lichfield of the revocation of 
the presentation of John de Maddelegh, king's clerk, to the church of 
Kynefare, which the king believed to be void by the death of Robert de 
Norwyco, because the said Robert is still alive. By p.s. 



18 EDWARD II.— Pakt 2. 



125 



1325. 

May 10. 

Porchester, 



May 2. 

Winchester. 



Membrane 8 — cont. 

Presentation of John de Heselarton to a mediety of the church of 
Sadebergh in the archdeaconry of Richmond, void by the resignation of 
"Walter de Hurworth, the last rector. 

Appointment of John le Say to arrest Walter de Wydecombe, William 
Faucomberge the younger and William Berneford. By K. 



May 28. 
Chertsey. 



June 7. 
Bisham . 



May 28. 
Chertsoy. 



May 30. 
Chertsej. 

June 2. 
Cippenham. 



June 6. 
Cippenham. 



June 9. 

Bisham. 



June 13. 
Westminster. 

June 14. 

Westminster. 

June 16. 

Westminster. 



MEMBRANE 7. 

Pardon to Robert Ingram for acquiring in fee from Henry le Taillour and 
Beatrice his wife 11 acres of land, 2 acres of meadow and pasture for two 
oxen in Preston in Holdernesse, held in chief as of the honor of Albemarle, 
as appears by the inquisition made by Simon de Grymmesby, escheator in 
the counties of York, &c. ; and entering therein without licence, with 
restitution of the same. By fine of 40.s'. York. 

Signification to S. bishop of London, of the royal assent to the election 
of Roger de Poleye, canon of the house of the Holy Trinity, London, to be 
prior of that place. 

By K. on the information of Robert de Wodhous, by his letter. 

Licence for Roger Dakeneye to grant for life to John Dakeneye a 
messuage, 80 acres of land, 14 acres of meadow, 6 acres of pasture, 20s. of 
rent and a third part of two parts of two mills in Caynho, held in chief, 
with reversion to the said Roger. By fine of lOO.s-. Bedford. 

Safe-conduct until Christmas for the abbot of Rievall of the Cistercian 
order, going to hold a visitation of houses of that order in Scotland. By K. 

Licence for the alienation in mortmain by Simon de Wolstone, chaplain, 
of 2 messuages, 4 tofts, 50 acres of land, 12 acres of meadow and 10.«. of 
rent in Bromham and Sydenham to a chaplain to celebrate divine service 
daily in the chapel of St. Mary, Bydenhambrugge, for the souls of Geoffrey 
le Smyth and the faithful departed. By fine of 100s. 

Presentation of Baldwin de Hengham, parson of the church of Est 
Cleydon, in the diocese of Lincoln, to the church of Depeden, in the diocese 
of London, in the king's gift by reason of the lands late of Humphrey de 
Bohun, late earl of Hereford and Essex, being in his hands on an exchange 
of benefices with John de Hereford. By K. 

Licence for Henry de Croft to enfeoff Oliver de Welles of the manor of 
Dalton in Kendale and of a fourth part of the manor of Overekellet, held 
in chief, as of the honor of Lancaster, which is in the king's hands, as 
appears by inquisition made by John de Bolingbroke, escheator in the 
counties of Warwick, &c., and for the latter to re-grant the same to the said 
Henry for life, with remainders to John son of the said Henry and his heirs 
by Alice his wife and to the right heirs of Henry. 

By fine of 8/. Lancaster. 

Safe-conduct for one year for Master Andrew Sapiti, king's clerk, going 
to the court of Rome on the king's affairs. 

Protection with clause nolumus for one year for William Chaylou, parson 
of the free chapel within the castle of Shrewsbury. 

Simple protection for one year for John de Atrio, clerk. 



126 



CALENDAR OF PATENT ROLLS. 



1325. 

:May 26. 

Westminster. 



June 13. 

Westminster. 



June 8. 

Bisbam. 



June 14. 
\\ estminster. 



June 19. 
Eltham. 



June 16. 
Eltham. 



June 20. 
Eltham. 

June 19. 
Eltham. 

June 18. 
Eltham. 



June 21. 
Eltham. 



June 26. 
Eltham. 



June 20. 
Eltham. 



Membrane 7 — ennt. 

Presentation of John de Amwell to the church of Routhebury, in the 
diocese of Durham, void by the resignation of Rostagnus de Landuno, the 
last rector, and in the king's gift by reason of the voidance of the bishopric 
of Carlisle ; directed to L. bishop of Durham. By K. 

Protection with clause rolumm until Michaelmas for Robert de Staunton, 
staying beyond seas on the king's service with Queen Isabel. 

By K, on the information of W. de Ayremynne. 
The like for the following staying with the queen : — 
[Blank.] - 

Protection with clause roi/anni.^ for three years for brother William de 
Thy, attorney general, or other attorneys of the master and brethren of the 
house of St. Lazarus of Jerusalem, who have an indult from the pope to 
collect alms in churches once a year. 

Pardon to Richard le Taillour for acquiring in fee from Margaret de Ros, 
a moiety of a messuage in Kirkeby in Kendale held in chief of Edward I, 
and entering therein without licence ; with restitution of the same. 

By fine of i mark. 

Presentation of John de Houton to the church of Poswyk, in the diocese 
of Norwich, in the king's gift by reason of the lands late of Aymer de 
Valencia, earl of Pembroke, king in his hands. By K. 

The like of Thomas de Lenn to the church of Wylie, in the diocese of 
Coventry and Lichfield, in the king's gift by reason of the temporalities of 
the priory of Warmyngton being in his hands. 

Protection with clause nolunius for one year for John de Bruges, parson 
of the church of Upper Hardres. 

Simple protection for one year for Stephen de Wertere. 

Pardon to John de x\ssheby for acquiring for life from William de Assheby, 
now deceased, 26 acres of land, 6 acres of wood, 69.s. of rent and a third 
part of a messuage in Assheby ]\Iares, held in chief by the forfeiture of the 
Normans, as appears by inquisition made by Matthew Broun, escheator in 
the counties of Lincoln, &c., and entering therein without licence; with 
restitution of the same to be held for life, with reversion to the right heirs 
of the same William. By fine of lOOv. Northampton. 

Mandate to William de Weston, escheator in the counties of Surrey, &c., 
to deliver the temporalities of the house of the Holy Trinity, London, to 
Roger de Poleye, canon of the same, whose election to be prior has been 
confirmed by S. bishop of London, and who has done fealty to the king. 

The like to John de Bolyngbrok, escheator in the counties of War- 
wick, &c. 

Writ de intendendo directed to the tenants. 

Nicholas de Cheygny, staying in the island of Gernereye, has letters 
nominating Walter atte Bere and Richard de Molyns as his attorneys in 
England for one year. 

Safe-conduct until Michaelmas for Gerard Dermeniaco, Peter de 
Bulfarinis, Elias Petevenini, and Peter Boveti, and the men of their 
household, coming to the realm from beyond seas to further some business. 

ByK. 



18 EDWARD II.-Part 2. 



127 



1325. 

June 19. 
Eltham. 

June 23. 
Eltham. 



June 18. 

Eltham. 



June 1. 
Chertsev. 



June 28. 
Westminster. 



June 28. 
Westminster 



July 6. 

Westminster. 



MEMBRANE 6. 

Grant to the bailiffs and good men of the town of Stanes of pontage for 
two years for the repair of their bridge. By p.s. 

Protection with clause vohnims until Michaelmas for John de Britannia? 
earl of Richmond, staying beyond seas on the king's service. By K' 

He has letters nominating Gerard de Cusancia, clerk, and Richard de 
Crek as his attorneys. 

Pardon to William de Yolton of the trespasses of John Paynel, late lord 
of Westrasen, deceased, in granting for life to the said William a messuage 
and a bovate and a half of land in Westrasen, held in chief, at a rent of 
175., and in afterwards quit-claiming the said rent to him without obtaining 
the king's licence ; with restitution of the premises. 

By fine of 2 marks. Lincoln. 

Protection with clause volunius for two years for William de Ayremynne, 
canon of York, going beyond seas on the king's service. By K. 

He has letters nominating Richard de Ayremynne and Master Adam de 
Ayremynne as his attorneys in England for the same time. 

Mandate to Hugh le Despenser, son of Hugh le Despenser, earl of 
Winchester, to whom the king has granted the custody of the castle, town 
and barton of Bristol for life, at a rent of 210Z., to pay the following 
sums out of the said rent :— to the abbot and monks of Teukesbury, 60s. 
for the rent of the mill of Bristol and 14Z. lO.s. for a chantry which they 
maintain within the said castle for the souls of the king's ancestors ; to 
the foresters of the forest of Kyngeswode Hd. daily for their wages ; to the 
porter of the said castle 2d. daily for his wages ; to two watchmen of the 
castle 3c/, daily for their wages ; and ^d. every night for their stipends, to 
wit, to each of them ^d., to the warden of the king's sea shore of Bristol 
26.S'. 8(/. a year for his robe. 

Licence for the alienation in mortmain to the rector and scholars of the 
house of St. Mary, Oxford, in part satisfaction of the 30/. yearly of land, 
rent and advowsons, which they have the king's licence to acquire, by Adam 
de Brom and William de Herlaston, king's clerks, of the advowson of the 
church of Aberford, in the diocese of York, not held in chief, which church 
is of the value of 16Z. a year, as appears by inquisition made by Simon de 
Grymmesby, escheator in the counties of York, &c. ; and for the rector and 
scholars to appropriate the church. 

Association of Nicholas de Eton the younger in the room of Henry 
Hillari to select 125 footmen in the county of Warwick, as in a former 
commission [22 December]. French. [Pad. Writs.] 

Presentation of Robert de Chigewell to the church of Northluffenham in 
the diocese of Lincoln. By K. 



MEMBRANE 5. 



June 27. Grant to Richard de Pacwode, king's clerk, of the prebend in the church 

Westminster, of St. Mary, Warwick, which William de Upton, deceased, held, in the 

king's gift by reason of his custody of the land and heir of Guy de Bello 

Campo, earl of Warrewyk, tenant in chief. By writ of secret seal; 

Mandate in pursuance to the dean of the said church. 



128 



CALENDAR OF PATENT ROLLS. 



1325. 

June 30. 

Westminster. 



July 1. 
Westminster. 



July H. 
Westminster. 



July 3. 
Westminster, 



July 3. 
Westminster, 



July 3. 
Westminster, 



July 8. 
Westminster. 



July 6. 
Westminster. 



Meinhrane 5 — cont. 

Presentation of Master Gilbert Makerel to the church of Little Cumpton 
in the diocese of Worcester, void by the resignation of Nicholas Makerel, 
the last rector, in the king's gift by reason of the temporalities of the priory 
of Derhurst being in his hands. 

Grant for life to Hildebrand Suderman, merchant of Almain, that he be 
as one of the king's merchants specially attendant upon his affairs and a 
denizen of the realm, and in his merchandise be quit of toll, pontage, &c. 
and that his goods be not arrested for the trespass of others or for any 
debts whereof he is not a principal debtor or surety. By K. 

The like to Ludekin le Longe, merchant of Almain. By K. 

Pardon to Joan late the wife of Peter le Mouner of her waiver in the 
county of Stafford, because she did not prosecute an appeal before the king 
of robbery and breaking the peace against William son of Henry Phelipp 
and Nicholas le Mouner and Anabilla his wife, and because she could not 
be found to be taken and make the ransom due to the king in that behalf, 
on condition that she surrender forthwith to the prison of the Marshalsea 
before the king, and do w^hat she ought to do to the king in that behalf. 

ByK. 

Appointment, during pleasure, of W. archbishop of York, to the office of 
treasurer of the Exchequer, with all things appertaining to that office. 

ByK. 

Mandate to W. bishop of Exeter, the late treasurer, to deliver to him the 
rolls, keys, memoranda and other things relating to the office. 

Licence for the alienation in mortmain to the abbot and convent of 
Croxton by John de Esseby of a messuage in Howes, and by Roger son of 
Matthew de Burgo of 23s. 6^/. of rent in Lek, not held in chief, as appears 
by inquisition made by John de Bolyngbrok, escheator in the counties of 
Nottingham, &c., to hold in satisfaction of 2 marks of the 101. yearly of 
land and rent which they have the king's licence to acquire. 

Pardon, for a fine of 200 marks, to Roger de Trumpeton of his rebellion. 

By K. 
This ought not to run in the estreats. 

hispeximufi and confirmation of a charter which Geoffrey son of Peter, 
sometime earl of Essex, made to the brethren of St. Thomas the Martyr of 
Acre, to whom he had committed the custody of the hospital of St. John 
the Baptist, Berchamstede, granting that they should likewise keep the 
hospital of St. John the Evangelist for lepers in that town so that the 
goods and alms belonging thereto should be expended by them and by their 
view to the use of the poor and infirm of the said hospital and not be 
removed elsewhere. Witnesses :— Geoffrey de Bocland, dean of St. Martin's, 
Richard de Stapeford, John de Calc[eto], Ralph de Cheindedut, William de 
Querendon, Walter son of Bernard, Gilbert Croc. 

By fine of 1 mark. London. 

Grant to Richard de Tysshbury, king's clerk, of the deanery of St. 
Martin's le Grand, London. * By K. 

Mandate to the sheriffs of London to induct him. 

Safe-conduct for one year for Raymond de Sancto Crispino, dean of 
Limoges, going beyond seas. 

Vacated because in the nineteenth year. 

Protection with clause notion w^ for one year for Thomas atte Ree of 
Wodeford. 



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129 



1325. 

July 6. 
Westminster. 



July 8. 
Westminster. 



Membrane 5 — cont. 

Protection with clause vohimus until Christmas for J. bishop of 
Winchester, going beyond seas on the king's service. 

He has letters nominating Master Robert de Stretford and Thomas de 
Evesham as his attorneys in England for the same time. 

Protection with clause volumus for the same time for Master Thomas de 
Asteleye, going with the bishop on the king's service. 

He has letters nominating James de Wodestok and Reginald de Evesham 
as his attorneys in England for the same time. 

Protection with clause volumus for the same time for the following, 
going with the said bishop : — 
William de Hatton. 
John de Lacy. 
Geoffrey Hougles. 
Peter de Eccleshale. 

William de Leobury, parson of the church of Avenyngg. 
John le Keu. 

Master William de Mees, parson of the church of Stepel Mordon. 
Walter de Harpham, parson of the church of Chibalton. 
Adam de Stivynton. 
Edmund de Shireford. 

Richard de Ragenhull, parson of the church of Bernolby. 
Richard de Mareny, parson of the church of Leyre Mareny. 
John de Houneworth, parson of the church of Glent. 
Hugh de Patrinton, parson of the church of Avynton. 

Presentation of John Waryn, parson of the church of Gymyngham, in 
the diocese of Norwich, to the church of Eston in the diocese of Salisbury, 
in the king's gift by reason of the temporalities of the abbey of Preaux 
being in his hands, on an exchange of benefices with William de Walyngford, 
parson of the church of Eston. 

Vacated because in the nineteenth year. 



May 29. 
Chertsey. 



May 28. 
Chertsey. 



May 28. 
Chertsey. 



MEMBRANE 4. 

Safe -conduct until Easter for William le Doyen, merchant of Bruges in 
Flanders, his men and servants, coming to the realm to trade. By K. 

The like for William le Calcre, merchant of Flanders. 

Prorogation until Easter of the truce made by William de Dene and 
Stephen de Abyndon with the towns of Ghent, Bruges and Ipres, until 
Ascension, granted at the request of Francis Pul, 'prestre' of the town of 
Ghent, William le Doiien, burgomaster of Bruges, and Nichasius le Sage, 
echevin of Ipres, envoys and proctors of those towns, on behalf of all the 
commonalties of Flanders, coming to the realm after a short conference, to 
treat of a final peace ; and grant to them of another day for conference, to 
wit, the octaves of Hilary, and proclamation of the said truce is to be made 
by Midsummer. By K. 

\_Fcedera.'\ 

Whereas Geoffrey Stulle the elder acquired in fee from Ralph Bygot two 
messuages, 7 tofts, 8 bovates, 66 acres, 1 rood, of land, 8.s. Sc/. of rent, and 
a rent of a pound of cummin in Seteryngton, held in chief of Edward I, 
and Geoffrey Stulle the younger afterwards acquired in fee from the said 
Geoffrey Stulle the elder the same premises and from Roger Bygot 30 

3217 I 



130 



CALENDAR OF PATENT ROLLS. 



1325. 



May 28. 
Chertsev. 



June 6. 

Cippenham. 



May 28. 

Chertsey. 



June 1. 
Chcrtsey. 



June 8. 

Cippenham . 



June 10. 

Bisham. 

June 10. 

Bisham. 



Memhrane 4 — cont. 

acres of land there, also held in chief of Edward I, without obtaining the 
licence of the late or present king ; the latter for a fine made by Geoffrey 
son and heir of the said Geofirey Stulle the younger, has pardoned these 
trespasses and granted licence for him to retain the premises in fee. 

By fine of 10 marks. 

Licence for the alienation in mortmain by John Jarkenvyll and John 
Hereward to the prioress and nuns of Clerkenwell of a messuage in London, 
held in chief as a free burgage, as appears by inquisition made by William 
de Weston, escheator in the counties of Kent, &c. ; to hold in satisfaction 
of 5 marks of the 100s. yearly of land and rent which they have the king's 
licence to acquire. 

Pardon to Nicholas de Redynges and Alice his wife for acquiring for the 
life of Alice from Richard de Amcotes 7 tofts, 7 acres, 5^ bovates of land 
and two parts of a bovate of land, and 2 acres of meadow in Preston in 
Holdernesse, co York, held in chief as of the honor of Albemarle, as appears 
by inquisition made by Simon de Grymesby, escheator in the counties of 
Northumberland, &c., and entermg therein without licence ; and licence for 
them to retain the same, with remainder to Robert son of Peter Hildyerd 
and his heirs. By fine of 101. York. 

Pardon to Robert Ingram of Preston for acquiring in fee the following 
parcels of land, &c., in Preston in Holdernesse : — 4 acres of land and pasture 
for two oxen from Stephen Haukyn, chaplain ; 3 acres 1 rood of land from 
Alexander Haukyn ; Ih acre of land from Robert Lok of Pauleflet ; pasture 
for one ox and a moiety of an acre of land and a third part of 2 bovates 
of land from Henry le Taillour and Beatrice his wife ; S-i acres of land, 
4 acres of meadow and pasture for one ox from Nicholas son of Andrew 
Haukyn ; 11 acre of land from Peter Hildeyerd ; 2 acres of land and 
li roods of meadow from Laurence de Otryngham and Agnes his wife; 
Ij acres of land from William son of Andrew Haukyn ; and an acre of 
meadow from John de Preston ; held in chief as of the honor of Albemarle, 
as appears by inquisition made by Simon de Grymesby, escheator in the 
counties of York, &c., and entering therein without licence ; and licence for 
him to retain the same. By fine of 100s. York. 

General pardon to Hugh le Despenser, son of Hugh le Despenser earl of 
Winchester, for all trespasses as well of the time of Edward I as of the 
present king, notwithstanding that while he was exiled by divers magnates of 
the realm, contrariants against the king, he through fear of death adhered 
to divers malefactors at sea and on land, and stayed with them to save his 
life, while they perpetrated depredations and other crimes ; his said exile 
having been revoked and annulled with the common counsel {de communi 
consilio) of the whole realm by the king in his parliament at York as 
unjust and contrary to law and the custom of the realm. By K. 

Nomination to the abbot of Aumale or his attorney in England of Robert 
de Silkeston, king's clerk, for him to present to the church of Cayngham, 
in the diocese of York, to which the king has the right to nominate. 

ByK. 

Appointment during pleasure of the abbot of Boklond to the office of the 
controller of the king's mines of Birlond, co. Devon. By the treasurer. 

Henry Irreis, going to Ireland to stay there, has attorned before the 
king in his place Thomas le Irreis and Philip le Irreis to gain or lose in all 
pleas of or "against him in England, 



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131 



1325. 

May 17. 
Porchester. 



June 14. 
Westminster. 



June 25. 
Eltham. 



July 1. 
Westminster. 

June 26. 

Westminster. 

July 1. 

Westminster. 

June 6. 
Cippenham. 

July 10. 

Westminster. 

June 28. 
Westminster. 

July 1. 

Westminster, 



Membrane 4 — cont. 

Presentation of William de Wolvardeley to the church of Stoke Basset in 
the diocese of Lincoln, void by the resignation of Thomas de Lyes, the last 
rector. By p.s. 

The like of John de Chishull, parson of the church of Wolewych in the 
diocese of Rochester, to the church of Sturmere in the diocese of London, 
in the king's gift by reason of the lands of John de Goldyngton being in 
his hands, on an exchange of benefices with John de Percebrigge. 

Protection with clause nolwnus for one year for Master Walter de 
Maydenstan, prebendary of Norton in the church of St. Mary, Lincoln. 

The like for: — 

The prioress of Swyne. 

Geoffrey prior of Romburgh, for two years. 

Peter Cobbe of Suth Kelleseye. 

Roger de Salerne. 

Frederick de Bardis, prebendary of Fenton in the church of St. Peter, 
York, for two years. 

Simple protection for one year for John, parson of the church of 
St. Leonard, Hastynges. 

Protection with clause volumus until Michaelmas for John de Crumbwell, 
staying beyond seas on the king's service with Queen Isabel. 

John Bygot, stayin'g in England, has letters nominating John de 
Coppeford as his attorney in Ireland. 



June 7. 
Cippenham. 



June 8. 
Bisham. 



June 14. 

Westminster. 



June 14. 

Westminster. 



MEMBRANE 3. 

Licence for the alienation in mortmain by Edmund de Malynes of a 
messuage in London to a chaplain to celebrate divine service daily in the 
church of St. Martin Orgar, London, for the souls of Henry Buscre of 
Malynes, his father, himself, his ancestors and successors, and the faithful 
departed. By fine of 6 marks. London. 

Licence for the alienation in mortmain by Roger Beler of a messuage, 
a virgate of land and 50 acres of wood in Roppesleye to Henry, bishop of 
Lincoln, and his successors, for the celebration of the anniversary of the 
said Roger, after his death, in the church of St. Mary, Lincoln. 

By fine of 1 mark. 

Safe-conduct, for one year, for Manuel de Bonnave, master of a galley of 
Anthony Usus Maris of Genoa, king's merchant, coming to trade in the 
realm, and to take back wool and other goods. By K. 

The like for the following masters of galleys of the said Anthony : — 
Aubert Grill. 
Gervanus Enbroun. 

Master John de Grandissono, archdeacon of Nottingham, staying beyond 
seas, has letters nominating William de Brynton and Thomas de Exonia as 
his attorneys in England for two years. 



132 



CALENDAR OF PATENT ROLLS. 



1325. 

June 15. 
VVestniinster. 



June 17. 
Eltham. 



June 20. 
Eltham. 



June 20. 

Eltham. 



June 17. 
Eltham. 

June 26. 
Eltham. 



June 20. 
Eltham. 



June 22. 

Eltham. 



June 24. 
Eltham. 



June 24. 

Eltham. 



Membrane 3 — co7it. 

Master x\ndrew Sapiti, Ofoing beyond seas on the king's service, has like 
letters nominating Bernardinus Dyny of Florence as his attorney for three 
years. 

He has like letters nominating the said Bernardinus in Ireland as above. 

Grant at will to Peregrine de Controne of the tenements of John de 
Bourne, in the parish of St. Botolph's, Billingsgate {Sancti Botulphi 
super Thamidam) in the city of London, forfeited to the king because 
the said John held the castle of Ledes against him and was an adherent 
of his enemies and rebels. By K. 

Mandate to Robert de Barton, king's clerk, guardian of the void bishopric 
of Carlisle, to deliver the temporalities thereof to Master John de Ros, 
canon of Hereford, auditor of the sacred palace of the pope, who has been 
appointed by J., the pope, to be bishop of that place in the room of John, 
who died in England ; the said Master John having renounced all words in 
the papal letters prejudicial to the crown, and acknowledged himself to be 
willing to receive the said temporalities of the king's special grace, and 
having done fealty. By K. 

Writ de intend endo directed to the tenants of the bishopric. 

Licence for Matthew son of Herbert to enfeoff Walter Pye, parson of 
the church of Wolfreton, co. Southampton, and of a fourth part of the 
manor of Churughton, co. Wilts, held in chief, and for the latter to regrant 
the same intail to the said Matthew and Margaret his wife, with remainder 
to the right heirs of Matthew. By fine of 20 marks. 

Protection with clause nolumus, for one year, for Theobald de Goldyngton, 
parson of the church of Dale. 

Licence for the alienation in mortmain by John de Say of Mertok of a 
toft and 20 acres of land in Mertok to a chaplain to celebrate divine service 
in the church of Mertok in honour of the Virgin Mary and for the souls of 
the said John and Margaret his wife, Sara his mother, his ancestors and 
heirs and the faithful departed. By fine of 40s. 

Pardon to John de Nuthill for acquiring from -Hugh de Nuthill, parson 
of the church of Nuthill, a messuage, and 10 bovates of land in Nuthill, 
held in chief as of the honor of Albemarle, as appears by inquisition made 
by Simon de Grymmesby, escheator in the counties of York, &c., and 
entering therein without licence ; and licence for him to retain the same. 

By fine of 40s. 

Licence for the alienation in mortmain by Master Henry le Wayte to 
the abbess and convent of Wherewell of a messuage, 66 acres af land, 
4 acres of meadow, and 5 acres of marsh in Godeworth, Wherewell and 
Eston, CO. Southampton, to find a chaplain to celebrate divine service daily 
in the abbey church for the souls of the faithful departed. 

By fine of 5 marks. 

Mandate to R. bishop of Hereford or his vicegerent to assign a stall in 
the choir and a place in the chapter to John de Denton, to whom the king 
has granted the prebend of Morton in the church of St. Ethelbert, Hereford, 
in his gift by reason of the temporalities of the bishopric being in his 
hands. By K. 

Licence for the alienation in mortmain by Simon Curteys of Briches- 
worth of 3 messuages, 30 acres of land, and 100s. of rent in Brichesworth 
to two chaplains to celebrate divine service daily in the chapel of St. Mary, 
Brichesworth, for the souls of the said Simon, Maud his wife, William his 
son, William Bretoun of Tekne and the faithful departed. 

• By fine of 20 marks. 



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133 



1325. 

July 1. 
Westminster. 



Membrane 3 — cont. 

Grant during pleasure to John Perbroun of Great Jernemuth, of the 
custom of Skirebek, in the king's hands by reason of the rebellion of 
Robert Walkefare. By K. 



June 10. 
Eltham. 



June 20. 
Eltham. 



June 16. 

Eltham. 



June 28. 
Westminster. 



June 28. 
Westminster. 



June 28. 
Westminster, 



MEMBRANE 2. 

Licence for the alienation in mortmain by Roger Ingelberd, kinsman 
and heir of Master Philip de Beverlaco, of 2 tofts, 10 acres of land, 5 acres 
of meadow and pasture for eleven oxen in Paghel, held in chief as of the 
honor of Albemarle, to a chaplain to celebrate divine service daily in the 
chapel of St. Mary the Virgin, Molscroft, for the souls of the said Philip his 
ancestors and successors and the faithful departed ; also of a toft, 8 acres 
of land, an acre of meadow, and 13s. 4r/. of rent in Beverley and Molscroft 
for the like purpose ; in pursuance of licences for this granted to the said 
Master Philip, who died before he had given effect to the same. 

Licence for S. bishop of London and his successors to acquire in mort- 
main land and rent not held in chief, to the value of 20Z. a year, for certain 
chantries in the church of St. Paul, for the souls of the king and his 
children and ancestors, and of Richard, sometime bishop of London, and 
of the faithful departed. By K. 

Grant to Hugh le Despenser, son of Hugh le Despenser, earl of 
Winchester, and Eleanor his wife, that, whereas the king by charter has 
granted to them and the heirs of Hugh the remainder of the manors of 
Hammes, Stotfold and Wyliton, which are of the barony of Bedeford, after 
the death of William de Brewosa, who holds them for life of the inheri- 
tance of John de Moubray, a rebel, deceased, whereby they are the king's 
escheats, to hold with knights' fees, advowsons and all other liberties, as a 
further grace they shall have the manor of Ryersh, co. Kent, which is 
parcel of the said barony, after the death of the said William, and all other 
manors, towns, hamlets, lands, tenements, knights' fees, and advowsons 
belonging to the said barony and held for life by any persons, to hold with 
the above manors. By K. on the information of W. de Clif. 

Licence for Thomas de Luton to grant to Nicholas son of Thomas de 
Luton and Joan his wife, the manor of Little Hampdene, co. Backingham, 
and 6 messuages and 3 virgates of land in Hertewell, held in chief as of 
the honor of Peverel, as appears by inquisition made by Richard le Wayte, 
escheator in the counties of AVilts, &c., to hold to them and the heirs of 
the body of Nicholas with remainder to the right heirs of Thomas. 

By fine of 2i marks. 

Licence for the said Thomas to enfeoff Ralph Gydy, parson of the 
church of Hertewell, of the advowson of the church of Hertewell and of 
the manor of Hertewell, 6 messuages and 3 virgates of land in that manor 
excepted, held in chief as of the. honor of Peverel, as appears by inquisition 
made by the above escheator, and for the latter to regrant the same to him 
and Margery his wife for their lives, with remainders to Nicholas son of 
Thomas de Luton and Joan his wife and the heirs of the body of Nicholas 
and to the right heirs of Thomas. By fine of 5 marks. 

Mandate to John de Blomvull, escheator in the counties of Norfolk, &c., 
to deliver the temporalities of the priory of Bykenacre to Reginald de 
They den, canon of Tremhale, presented to be prior of Bykenacre by S. 
bishop of London, upon whom the right of preferment had devolved for 
certain lawful causes. 

Writ de intendendo directed to the tenants of the priory. 



134 



CALENDAR OF PATENT ROLLS. 



1325. 

July 2. 
Westminster. 



July 3. 
Westminster. 



June 16. 
Eltham. 



June 28. 
Westminster. 



July 1. 
Westminster. 



July 5. 

Westminster. 



July 3. 
Westminster. 



June 2. 
Cippenham. 



Membrane 2 — cont. 

Presentation of John de Belgrave, dean of Canewyk [rectius Cranewyk] , 
in the diocese of Norwich, to the church of Belgrave, in the diocese of 
Lincoln, in the king's gift by reason of the temporalities of the priory of 
Ware being in his hands ; on an exchange of benefices with Henry de 
Haukele, rector of the said church. By K. 

Pardon to Eobert de Sacford of his outlawry in the connty of North- 
ampton for non-appearance before the justices of the Bench to answer 
touching a plea of Adam, abbot of Peterborough, that he render an account 
for the time when he was his bailiff of Paston and receiver of his moneys ; 
on condition that he surrender to prison in that county and stand his trial 
if the abbot will proceed against him. By K. 

Presentation of Thomas de Lenne to the church of Wylie, in the diocese 
of Coventry and Lichfield, in the king's gift by reason of the temporalities 
of the abbot of Preaux being in his hands. 

Pardon to William le Borhunt of Portesmuth of his outlawry in the 
county of Southampton for non-appearance before John de Scures and his 
fellows justices appointed to hear and determine the same trespass, to 
answer touching a plea of trespass of Eichard de Pulteney, merchant of 
Coventre, on condition that he stand his trial if Richard will proceed 
against him. 

Grant to Thomas Broun, in satisfaction of the 50 marks yearly of rent 
lately granted to him during pleasure for the maintenance of himself, his 
wife, his children and his brother's children, of the lands in Brunnum and 
Nidde, co. York, late of Ralph, baron of Greystoke, deceased, tenant in 
chief, in the king's hands by reason of the minority of the heir, and of the 
value of 30^. 12s. 9Jr/. a year, to hold the same as of the value of 501. a 
year, in lieu of the manors of Alwarthorp and Wythele, co. York, late of 
John de Moubray, a rebel, lately granted to him by letters patent under the 
seal of the Exchequer in satisfaction of his said grant, as it has been found 
that the latter were Templars' lands and they have been delivered to the 
Hospitallers to hold according to the form of the Statute. 

By K. on the information of Master Henry de Clif. 

Grant to the bailiffs and good men of Great Jernemuth, in extension 
of the grant to them of murage for 7 years from 14 November in the 
fifteenth year, that, over and above the customs then granted, they shall 
take for the rest of the term upon every last of herrings entering their port, 
2d. By K. 

Adam de Herewynton, clerk, staying in Ireland, on the king's service 
has letters nominating Robert de la Felde and Richard de Bikerton as his 
attorneys in England for one year. 

Grant at the request of Francis ' Pulpustre ' of the town of Ghent, 
W^illiam Doiien, burgomaster of the town of Bruges, and Nicasius le Sage, 
echevin of the town of Ipre, proctors of the said tow^ns in the name of the 
commonalties of the said towns and all other towns of the land of Flanders, 
the king for the indemnity of Richard de Betoigne, the mayor, and the 
merchants of the Woolstaple, that the holding of the Woolstaple at Bruges 
during the truce with Flanders — which was extended until Easter — shall 
not be to the prejudice of them or their successors or be drawn into a 
precedent. 



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136 



2324. 3IEMBRA1SIE S9d. 

Dec. 26. Commission of oyer and terminer to John de Ellerker the elder, Adam de 

Nottingham. Hoperton and Thomas Deyvill, on complaint by William de Ayremynne, 
king's clerk, that Thomas de Metham and John his brother, Nicholas 
Eoscelyn, Alexander le Vaux, John son of John Gentilman of Lynton, 
Robert son of James le Tannoiir of Houeden, Wilham 'Thomasknave de 
Metham,' Peter de Hothum, Thomas de Eidale, William de Hothum and 
others broke his park at North Duffeld, co. York, hunted therein and 
carried away deer. ' By K. 

Dec. 26. The like to John de Bousser, William de Gosefeld and Robert de Asshele 

Nottingham, on complaint by John de Dagworth ' chivaler,' that Master Hugh Liztw[ine] 
of Colecestre, Hubert Bosse, Ralph Oede of Colecestre, Walter le Trumpour 
of Colecestre, Thomas Huschard, parson of the church of Grenestede, Warin 
son of W [illiam] de Colecestre, Thomas Tante of Hauleye and Margery de 
Mounteney of Colecestre assaulted him at Colecestre, co. Essex, broke his 
houses and carried away his goods. By K. ^ 



MEMBRANE d8d. 

Dec. 25. Commission of oyer and terminer to Thomas de Veer, Roger Beler and 

Nottingham. Robert de Malberthorp touching the persons who killed Ponsard de Monte 

1325. Martini and Eleanor his Y\dfe at Bradew[ell] , co. Essex. By C. 

Jan. 6. The like to John de Morteyn, John de la Haye and Robert de Asshele, 

Eavensdale. on complaint by Thomas Mayheu of Chesham that William Melksop, 
' chivaler,' and Henry his brother, John de Nevile, Adam le Deystere, 
John Trev/e, John Grendale, John de Plummere, Robert atte Leye, Henry 
Jordan, Edward de Fynemere, Ralph de Cranemere, John his son, and 
Adam atte Leye, assaulted him at Kenyton in the king's full hundred 
held there and prevented the king's bailifi's from holding the said hundred ; 
the jury to be of the county of Hertford. 

By fine of 1 mark paid in the hanaper. 



1324. MEMBRANE S7d. 

Dec. 22. Commission of oyer and terminer to Edmund de Hemmegrave, Simon 

Nottingham, de Hedersete, Ralph Bokyng and William de Gippewyco, touching a com- 
plaint by John Fayrhare, burgess of Berwick on Tweed, that whereas after 
the truce with Scotland, he came with a ship laded with salmon, skins of 
beasts, tallow and other merchandise to Ipswich, co. Sufiblk, under the 
conduct of Robert de Umframvill, earl of Anegos, and his fellows, keepers 
of the truce in Northumberland, and amongst other things sold 
salmon to the value of 121. to John le Keu and Simon Saklok, who 
refused to pay the said 121. and threatened him with loss of life and limb, 
and whereas after selling the rest of the goods he reladed the ship with 
wine and other merchandize, Henry Rotour, Philip le Blount, John Cole- 
man, John Irp, John Robat, John le Maistre, Andrew le Spycer, Laurence 
atte Went, William Stribl[ond], William Bast, Henry Stace, Thomas le 
Maistre, Thomas Westhalle, and Thomas Coman and other men of the 
said town arrested the said ship and goods, and divided the goods amongst 
themselves, and by feigned complaints impleaded him in the court of the 
said town, upon his petition whereof the king commanded the bailiffs of 
the said town to do him justice, but they have paid no attention to the 
king's mandate. The said commissioners are to see that justice is done to 
him and that he receives damages both for his goods lost and for this 
delay. By K. & C. 



136 



CALENDAR OF PATENT ROLLS. 



1325. 
Jan. 11. 

Derby. 



Membrane S7d — cont. 

Commission to John de Tycheburn, Robert de Kelsey, and Ralph de 
Bereford, to enquire touching the persons who killed John Doye at Portes- 
mouth, CO. Southampton, as he was on the king's service in a ship of 
Bayonne. By p.s. 



2324 MEMBRANE 36(/. 

Dec. 19. Commission de walUis et fossatis to Hugh de Pikworth, William Basset 

Nottingham, and William de Hathelsaye on the west side of the water of Ouse between 
Cawode and Ayremynn on the north side and between Feribrig and 
yji)^ Ayremynn on the south and west, in the county of York. 

Feb. 4. Commission of oyer and terminer to Simon Croyser and John de Heg- 

Westminster, ham, upon information that Master Stephen le Ferour with certain horses 
of Hugh le Despenser the younger, sojourning in the counties of Oxford 
and Berks, and others his accomplices extorted divers prises from men of 
those parts without making any satisfaction and without warrant, and 
divers sums of money, and assaulted, mutilated and killed men, and 
committed other crimes. » By K. 



MEMBRANE hbd. 

Jan. 24. Commission of oyer and terminer to John de Scures, John de Thice- 

Langley. bourn, and Thomas de Saunford on complaint by William de Kyngeston 

that Bernard de la More, William Bachelier, Simon le Messoure of 

Warnebourne, Roger le Hunt, and William Parker of Alton and others 

assaulted him at la Hide by Winchester, co. Southampton. By K. 

Jan. 29. The like to John Perbroun of Jernemuth and Henry Rose on complaint 

Langley. by Jordan Clokeman of Dunkirk, Flanders, that John Warde of Colecestre, 
John Galod, John son of Roger de Colecestre and others entered his ship 
called Ha Filegrim ' on the sea coast of Corton by Great Yarmouth, co. Nor- 
folk {sic), carried away the goods in her, assaulted the mariners, so that 
they fled and left the ship without guard, whereby it was wrecked. 

By p.s. and by C. 



MEMBRANE 34fZ. 

Feb. 10. Commission of oyer and terminer to William de Gosefeld, William de 

Westminster. Sharshill and John de Trillowe on complaint by Master Nicholas de 
Stokton, parson of the church of Staunton Harecourt, that John de 
Harecourt, Richard de Dadisleye, John de Northlegh, chaplain, William 
Huwet, Thomas Reynaud, Henry Aylloun, John Lenon, John Stokeman 
of Suthlegh, Richard Perers, John le Sawyere, William Brid, John le Blak, 
Roger le Clerc of Suthlegh, Thomas Gilbert of Staunton, Henry de 
Bukenore of Legh, Henry le Wys, Henry Budde, Henry atte Hulle, John 
Pol of Staunton and others broke his close and houses at Staunton 
Harecourt, co. Oxford, drove away five horses, 12 oxen, 6 cows, 100 sheep, 
100 lambs and 30 swine, carried away his timber and goods, besieged his 
dwelling place of the said church, prevented his men from leaving the said 
dwelling place to collect tithes of sheaves and other corn withm his 
parish and elsewhere, and assaulted them, whereby a great part of the said 
tithes and corn perished, and a great part, for want of guard, was carried 
away. By K. 



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1325. 

Feb. 10. 
Westminster. 



Feb. 13. 

Westminster. 



MEMBRANE SSd. 

Commission of oyer and terminer to Simon de Hedersete, Edmund de 
Hemmegrave and John Claver, on complaint by John son of Alan de 
Goldyngham that Richard de Tendryngg, Hugh Talemache, William de 
Tendryngg, Thomas de Tendryngg, John son of Hugh Talemache, Oliver 
de Stratton, Rowland de Stratton, George de Cornerthe, Robert de Brade- 
feld, Hugh de Nutstede, John de Nutstede, William de Norton, chaplain, 
William Lash, William le Fullere, of Benteleye, William le White ' taillour,' 
Richard Walle, and others, broke his close at Little Belstede, co. Suffolk, 
cut down his trees and carried them away, and assaulted his men. 

By fine of 40.s. 

Afterwards on 1 April, the king being at Merewell, Ralph de Bockyng 
was associated in the above commission. 

The like to Simon de Hedersete, Ralph de Bokkyng and John Claver, on 
complaint by Robert de Monte Alto that whereas Geoffrey Lay lately 
impleaded in his court of Rysyng before his bailiffs John Howardyn of 
trespass, and the said bailiffs after hearing the parties in full court fixed 
a day to do justice, the said Geoffrey, Thomas Wulsi, Richard de 
Geywod, William March of Stanhowe, Manser Ciprian and others, 
came to the said court armed, and held a like court touching the 
said John and other tenants of the said Robert, while the said Robert 
was by the king's command attending to the custody of the sea shore 
in the county of Norfolk, against his will, and amerced the said tenants 
and by grievous extortions levied the same to their own uses, preventing 
the bailiffs from holding the said court, or from doing what pertained 
to their office, broke his park and drove away beasts of the said Richard 
which the said Robert had by his bailiffs taken in his fee and impounded 
there for customs and services due to him, and carried away a falcon of his 
at Stanhowe of the price of 101. By K. 



MEMBRANE 32cL 

Feb. 8. Commission of oyer and terminer to John de Bousser, William de 

Westminster. Gosefeld and Robert de Asshele, on complaint by John de Dagworth, 
' chivaler,' that Master Hugh Lyztwine of Colecestre, Hubert Bosse, Ralph 
Ode of Colecestre, Walter le Trumpour of Colecestre, Thomas Huschard, 
parson of the church of Grenestede, Warin son of William de Colecestre, 
Thomas Tante of Hauleye and John de Ratlesden and Margery his wife 
assaulted him at Colecestre, co. Essex, as he was executing a mandate of 
the king's there, broke his houses and carried away his goods. 

Sealed at another time by the king. [Of. Membrane 39f^.] 

Feb. 13. Commission to John Inge and Alexander de Middelton to enquire touch- 

Westminster, ing the persons who entered the manor of Bisshopescastel, co. Salop, which 
belongs to the bishopric of Hereford, and is in the king's hands for certain 
causes, and drove away forty brood mares with their issue. 



MEMBRANE 30fL 

Feb. 14. Commission of oyer and terminer to Thomas de Gardinis, John de 

Westminster. Cantebrigge, and John de Shardelou, on complaint by John Priour of 
Ixnyng, that Martin le Chamberleyn of Little Wylburham, Roger Lord, 
John Simon, Roger Macy of Coulyng, Richard del Temple, of Great 
Wylburham, Hugh Patrik of Great Wylburham, and others, assaulted him 
at Ixnyng, co. Suffolk, carried away his goods and beat his men. By K. 



138 



CALENDAR OF PATENT ROLLS. 



1325. 

Feb. 17. 
Westminster. 



Feb. 13. 

Westminster. 



MEMBRANE 29d. 

Commission of oyer and terminer to Henry son of Hugh, John de 
Haveryngton, Roger Heyron, and Dominic de Bukton, touching the 
persons who killed Adam de Rodum and John de Rodum at Alnewyk, co. 
Northumberland. By K. 

The like to John de Trillowe, John de Peyto and William de Shareshull, 
on complaint by John atte Chaumbre, ' cornmongere,' that while he was 
under the king's protection, John Balle of Tredynton, Nicholas Janekyn, 
William Poignaunt, John Moigne, John Maudut of Neubalde, Robert 
Mariot, Alice Norman, Alice Robyns, William Harald, John Willekyn, 
William Roman, Thomas Baldewyne of Neubolde, John Hert of Derlescote, 
Nicholas Gosse or Gofie, Nicholas Gobyun, Maud late the wife of Nicholas 
le Reve, John Thom[a§], John Sprigun and others carried away his goods 
at Tredynton, co. Worcester. By K. 

Afterwards on 20 April, the king being at Beaulieu, John de Hampton 
and Robert de Aston were associated in the above commission. 



Feb. 20. 

Tower of 
London. 



MEMBRANE 2M. 

Feb. 16. Commission of oyer and terminer to Lambert de Trykyngham, Peter de 

Westminster. Ludyngton and Alan de Cubbeldyk, on complaint by Warin, parson of the 
church of Creton, that Richard de Lynton, Thomas his brother, Roger le 
Chapeleyn, William de Lenne, Roger Happe, John de Sutwyk, John de 
Carliol[o] , clerk, Roger de Creton, chaplain, John Brere, Simon le Fith 
Hugh, Gilbert Dorre of Creton, and others, broke his close and houses at 
Creton, co. Lincoln, broke two of his carts to pieces, killed three sheep and 
six swine, and drove away a horse and mare. By fine of 20-s. 

The like to Alexander de Cave, Adam de Hoperton, Dominic de Bucton 
and Thomas Deyvill, on complaint by Henry de Percy that William de 
Bayhouse, Thomas de Bayhouse, Robert de Stokesley, Begwynus Beleson, 
John de Wynselawe, Thomas de Wynselawe, John de Popelton, Adam de 
Popelton, and others, broke his park at Toppeclyve, co. York, hunted therein 
and carried away deer. By K. 

MEMBRANE 2ld. 

Feb. 20. Commission of oyer and terminer to Simon Croyzer and John de Hegham 

Westminster, upon information that John de Neusom and Master Michael de Derlington, 
lately sojourning in the counties of Essex and Hertford with certain of the 
king's horses and others made prises without making satisfaction and 
without warrant, extorted sums of money from men, some of whom they 
mutilated and some of whom they killed. By K. , 



I 



MEMBRANE 26d. 

Feb. 28. Commission to Edmund de Passele, Richer Refham and Robert de Assele 

Westminster, to audit the accounts of the pavage collected by virtue of divers letters 

patent thereof granted to the bailifi's and good men of the town of 

Suthewerk, co. Surrey, as the same is said to have been misappropriated by 

the collectors, and to survey the state of the paving. 

March 1. Commission to Alexander de Bergh, Robert de Scorburgh and Robert 

W^estminster. Wawayn to enquire touching the persons who have fished in the king's 

stews at Scardeburgh, co. York, and carried away fish, and touching defects 

in the king's mills, stanks and stews there. By K. 



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1325, 

Feb. 20. 
Westminster. 



Feb. 20. 

Westminster. 



MEMBRANE 25d, 

Commission of oyer and terminer to John de Tycheburn, Eobert de 
Kelsey, and Ralph de Bereford touching the persons who killed John Doye 
when he came to Portesmuth, co. Southampton, on the king's service in a 
vessel of Bayonne. By K. 

Commission to the above persons to enquire touching the goods late of 
Augustin Brekeston, hanged in the island of Gereseye for divers felonies in 
the realm, touching the goods of divers rebels and of alien religious persons 
of the power of the king of France, brought to the county of Southampton 
to be taken beyond seas, which came to the hands of divers men of those 
parts, and touching the persons who several times broke the prison of 
Portesmuth and released the prisoners there, making confederacies to con- 
ceal the said goods, maintain the said crimes and convert the said goods to 
their own use, and intimidating the men of those parts put on the panels 
from speaking the truth about these evils, and , prevented them from 
coming to the places appointed for pronouncing their verdicts. 



MEMBRANE 2dd. 

March 6. Commission to John de Denum, Gilbert de Toudeby, Simon Croyser, 
Tower of John de Hegham and John Bever to enquire in the counties of Kent, 
London. Essex, Hertford, Middlesex, Surrey, Sussex, Bedford, Buckingham, 
Oxford and Berks, touching the trespasses of the king's ministers and 
purveyors of victuals for the household and keepers of the king's horses, 
and persons feigning to be of the household, taking prises without warrant 
and making any kind of satisfaction and extorting sums of money under 
colour of these offices. By K. 

Form of the article according to which persons taking prises for the 
household otherwise than they ought are to be punished, being the article 
touching purveyors [art. 2] in the Statute of Westminster, 28 Edward I. 
French. [Statutes of the Realm.] 



Feb. 27. 
Westminster. 



MEMBRANE 22d. 

Association of John Randolf in the room of John de Foxle, deceased, 
with Richard Damory, John de Stonore, Ralph de Bereford, John de 
Denum and John de Tycheburn, in a commission of oyer and terminer 
touching a complaint by Francis de Pymount that whereas he laded a ship 
called The Ship of St. Mary of Santander in Spain with goods, and the 
ship was driven ashore at Hauenemouth, in the Isle of AVight, and the goods 
in the ship were cast ashore, William Stonhard, William le Bakere, Alice 
la Mone, John de la Chaumbre, Walter atte Pyle, William le Skynnere, 
Alice la Cole, Alice atte Asshe, Sibyl atte Welle, Wilham le Yonge, Roger le 
Taillour, William Maundevill, Geoffrey Michel, William son of Alice atte 
Welle, Robert atte Brigg, John atte Brigg, Roger atte Wyche, John 
atte Wyche, William le Fevre, John atte Wode, Richard atte Wode, 
John le Yonge, Robert le Erie, William Sebod, Henry Michel, William 
Peynyng, William Foket, Adam le Taillur, William le Charetter, 
William Cachefrench, Geoffrey Borewyne, Geoffrey le Yong of Chestele, 
Ralph atte Brigg, James le Yong, John Jolif, Hugh Thomas, John 
le Long of Chestele, Hugh le Long, Henry le Skynnere, William 
Fraunkeleye, Nicholas le Glide, Thomas atte Forde, William Leoun, 
Robert Viroun, John le Bole: William Glot, John Stokard, Richard 



140 CALENDAR OF PATENT ROLLS. 



■lofjfr . Membrane 22d — cont. 

Biirgeys, William le Glide, William le Mone, William Finamour, John 
atte Yate, Simon Pollusput, Ivo Pentrich, Henry Hanecok, Richard 
le Chapeleyn, Hugh le Clerk, Robert Maucorn, Robert Wychele, John son 
of William Gilbert, Robert atte Gate, William le Freke, William atte More, 
Richard Jolif, William Elilond, Adam atte Lane, Nicholas Hassok, John 
atte Forde, Ralph his brother, Henry la Persone of Motereston, Adam 
Gilbert, Henry Erie, William Stokard, Philip Randolf, John le Bole, 
Nicholas Todewelle, William Ude, Adam Gilbert, Richard de la Strete, 
Peter Pedon, Robert Manewod, William le Yonge, John Saunte, Richard 
Billyng, John le Yonge, Robert le Yong, John Pycele, Adam Gilbert, Roger 
Pollusput, William Maundevill, Nicholas Baxman, William Tassel, Walter 
atte Ryde, Robert de Stoke, William le Peleter, Robert Fersy, John Bilde, 
Henry le Long of Hamelhoke, John Coble of Houk and others carried away 
the same although many of the men in the ship had escaped to land alive. 

Feb. 26. Commission to Alexander de Bergh, Robert de Scorburgh and Robert 

Westminster. Wawayn to enquire touching the men of the town of Scardeburgh, co. 
Y^ork, who have many times of their own authority assessed tallages 
in the town to maintain their malice against the king and his ministers, 
and levied divers sums thereof upon merchants, strangers, and private 
persons living there or going there with goods, and upon the middle class 
of the town. By K. 



MEMBRANE 20d. 

March 18. Commission of oyer and terminer to Lambert de Trykyngham, William 
Westminster. Dysny, William de la Launde and Dominic de Bucton, on complaint by 
William de Norwyco, of Lincoln, that John de Kele, William de Stayne, 
Robert Loseward and William ' Jonesman de Kele ' and others, entered 
his house at Lincoln by night, broke his chest there and carried away 
goods. 



3IEMBRANE 19d. 

April 8. Commission to John de Wylington to enquire touching a number of 

Beaulieu. archers from the forest of Dene and elsewhere, in the county of Gloucester, 
who lately came by the king's order to Portesmuth to go on his service to 
the duchy of Aquitaine, accepted his wages for that service, and then with- 
drew without his licence to that county where they hide and remain ; and 
to take and deliver into the custody of the sheriff all those indicted before 
them. By K. 



MEMBRANE ISd. 

March 22. Writ of aid, for one year, to the sheriff of Norfolk and Suffolk, the 
Henley. mayors, and bailiffs, and keepers and bailiffs of liberties in those counties 
in favour of the executors of Robert Elys, of Great Jernemuth, and in 
favour of Roger de Boselyngthorp and other merchants of that town, 
collecting the following sums of money due to them from W. count of 
Hainault, Holland and Seland and lord of Friesland, for goods and 
merchandise of merchants of the realm, taken and carried away in the 
parts of Seland by people of the power of the said count, and for 87^. 
which the said Robert delivered to the men and envoys of the count in the 



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1325. 



April 8. 
Beaulieu. 



Membrane ISd — cont. 

parliament at Staunford, 3 Edward II, on which accounts the said count 
bound himself to the said Robert in 1,300L The count did not pay the 
said sum, but afterwards, with the consent of his subjects, agreed that it 
should be levied from the merchants, fishermen and mariners of his 
dominion in the towns or seaports of England, wherever they should be 
found, to wit, from every ship of his power bringing herrings or fish, once 
a year at its first coming to England 10s., and from every other ship 
bringing other goods 10s., and upon every pound's worth of fish, fresh 
or salt, or other goods, 20^/., until the whole of the above sum should be 
levied. Of the whole sum 732Z. Os. O^d. still remained due, to wit, to Walter 
le Keu and his fellows, 395Z. 16s. 2^d., to the said Robert 24:51. lis. Id., 
and to Roger de Boselyngthorp 90Z. 9s. dd., as appears by divers accounts 
made in the chancery, and upon their petition that they should be paid 
successively, the king by letters patent of 1 July, 14 Edward II, appointed 
the said Robert and Roger to collect for one year the said sums in the 
counties of Norfolk and Suffolk, to wit, in the towns and ports of Lenne, 
Brunham, Thornham, Blakeneye, Coumere (sic) and Great Yarmouth, co. 
Norfolk, and of Kirkele, Dunwich, Oreford, Goseford, Erewell and Ipswich, 
CO. Suffolk, by view and testimony of the bailiffs of those places, the said 
Robert to have two parts and Roger one part, and the said Walter to make 
collections for his debt in the rest of the towns and ports of the realm. 
The said Robert during his lifetime and William Elys and John Elys, his 
executors after his death, and the said Roger, by virtue of the said assign- 
ment, levied 62L 4s. lOd., as appears by indentures returned into the 
chancery, so that 273Z. 19s. still remain due to them. The king has 
therefore appointed the said executors and Roger to levy this remaining 
sum. 

Commission of oyer and terminer to Robert de Malberthorp, Richard 
Byroun and Roger de Boys on complaint by Henry de Staunton that John 
de Blyton of Ledenham, William de Blyton of Lincoln, Walter de Blyton 
of Lincoln, William de Welyngoure, chaplain, Hamo le Skynner, Peter de 
Crosseby, John de Farneburgh, Rol3ert Hare, William Haghthorn, John 
Vyleyn, the younger, William de Eboraco, Hugh le Tygheler, Walter de 
Eboraco, John ' Jonesservant of Blyton,' John de Brunne and others 
assaulted him at Wadynton, co. Lincoln, as he was coming by the king's 
command to Portesmuth to go to Gascony, took his three horses and 50/. 
in money by tale and pursued him in hostile fashion to Thorp ' on the 
Hill ' and besieged him in the church of that town. By K. 



MEMBRANE lid. 

March 10. Commission de walliis etfossatis to John de Bousser and John de la Haye 
Tower of touching the arches, outlets and culverts {arclius, exitiis et foramina) beneath 
London. g, causey between Maldon and Hebrugg, co. Essex, through which the fresh 
waters in divers places used to run to the sea. 

March 22. Commission of oyer and terminer to Richard Dammory, Robert de 
Henley. Welle and Walter de Bello Campo touching offenders against the late 
proclamation in the counties of Southampton, Wilts and Somerset 
prohibiting any market being held within twelve leagues of the towns of 
Portesmuth and Southampton, except in those towns and the towns 
adjoining, or any persons from concealing victuals or goods from the troops 
mustering there on Sunday after Midlent, for their passage to Gascony, 
and exhorting them to bring goods there for sale, and prohibiting the troops 
from taking anything without making immediate satisfaction. By K. 



142 



CALENDAE OF PATENT ROLLS. 



, o o K MEMBRA NE 1 Gd , 

Feb. 16. Commission of oyer and terminer to William Rosel, Richard de Wiliighby 

Beaulieu. ^he younger, and Walter Waldeshef , on complaint by Henry de Tynneslawe 

that John son of John son of Gilbert, William de Langeford, Robert Alibon, 

William de Preston, William Wildro, Nicholas de Asshebourn, William 

atte Barre, William le Spenser, William Sharp, William Chapman, Stephen 

Chapman, Richard le Somenour, Willianji Horsho, Richard Oyller, William 

de Chaddesdene, Simon de Chedle, John de Weston, Thomas de Tuttebury, 

Geoffrey de Berd, John de Preston and others assaulted him at Derby, 

CO. Derby, and carried away his goods. By p.s. 

The like, on like complaint by Henry de Lincoln, carpenter. By p.s. 

The like, on like complaint by Stephen de Wyche. By p.s. 

April 15. Commission de iralliis et fossatis, to Lambert de Trikyngham, William 
Beaulieu. de Farford and William de la Launde, along the coast in the parts of 
Holland and Kestevene, co. Lincoln. 



Feb. 15. 

Westminster. 



MEMBRANE Ud. 

April 12. Commission of oyer and terminer to Ralph de Camoys, John de 

Beaulieu. Thichebourne and Robert de Thirnecoumbe, on complaint by Thomas de 

Byndon that John son of Henry le Spicer of Salesbury, and others, broke 

his house at Southampton, co. Southampton, by night, and carried away 

goods. By K. 

The like to Roger de Baskervill and John de la Berugh, on complaint by 
John Hamelyn, king's clerk, that as he was passing through the town of 
Brecon in the march of Wales, which is in the king's hands, Walter 
Aubi'ey of Brecon caused him to be attached to answer him in the hundred 
of Brecon before the king's bailiff' touching a trespass which he charged 
the said John with having committed against him in the church of the Friars 
Minors, at York, at the last parliament held there, and although the said 
John ought not to answer in that hundred touching trespasses alleged to 
have been committed at York, the bailiff", disallowing his protest, proceeded 
with the plea, and condemned him as undefended {ct ipsinii Johannem 
indefensuin in eadem loquda consideracit) and adjudged him to prison until 
he should pay the said Walter 201. for his damages, contrary to law and 
custom. The commissioners are to have the process brought before 
them and the said bailiff and Walter, to hear their reasons, to correct the 
error, if any, therein, and do justice in the premises according to law and 
the custom of those parts ; also to release the said John from prison on . 
mainprise pending the business. 

The like on like complaint by the said John touching another plea 
touching a trespass at Westminster brought against him as above by the 
said Thomas, to his damage of 1001. 

April 15. Commission to Ralph de Camoys, John de Tychebourne and Robert de 
Westminster. Thernecoumbe to enquire by jury of the county of Southampton touching 
the men of the town of Southampton who have taken and concealed the 
goods of Robert le Ewer, which were forfeited to the king because when 
charged of divers felonies before the king, he refused to submit to the 
law of the realm, and being put to peine forte et dure {ad penitentiam suayn) 
died in gaol ; and they are to arrest all such goods and keep them in safe 
custody. By K. 



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143 



. 1325. 

May 4. 

Winchester 



May 6. 

Winchester. 



MEMBRANE IZd. 

Commission of oyer and terminer to John son of Thomas de Bello Campo 
of Somerset, John Randulf, Hugh de Langelonde and John de Fosse, on 
complaint by Adam le Galeys that John son of Joan de Sancto Laiulo, 
Edmund Loryng and Joan his wife, Robert Loryng, Gilbert J3aldewyne, 
John de Gillyngham, John le Flecchere of Glutton and John son of William 
de Bruttone and others, broke his houses at Huttone, co. Somerset, and 
carried away his goods and deeds. 

Commission to J. de Tycheburn, E. de Kendale and R. de Byflet to 
deliver the gaol of Winchester Castle of Hugh Hakelut, in custody there 
for the death of John de Addeburgh. 

Commission of oyer and terminer to Simon de Hedersete, John Claver 
and John de Norwyco, on complaint by John de Grantham, Robert But, 
John Pellessone, Peter Neve, Walter de Wast, Lambrightus de Rouberwe 
that whereas they laded 82 sarplars and 3 pockets (pocas) of wool, and 26 
pieces (pecias) of lead, at the town of Boston in a ship of Lambesinus Swan, 
mariner of Flanders, for la Swyn in Flanders to trade with, and the ship 
was broken to pieces at Blakeneye, co. Norfolk, and the goods cast on shore, 
certain men of those parts carried them away as Wreck, although some men 
escaped alive from the said ship. By C, 



May 10. 

Porchester. 



May 14. 

Porchester. 



May 5. 
Winchester. 



May 13. 

Porchester. 



MEMBRANE 12d. 

Commission of oyer and terminer to John Claver, John Perbroun and 
Henry Rose, on complaint by Jordan Clokeman of Dunkirk, Flanders, that 
John Warde of Colcestre, John Galod, John son of Roger Belch of 
Colcestre, and others, entered his ship called 'La Pilegrym' on the sea coast 
at Corton, co. Suffolk, carried away goods, assaulted the mariners in the 
said ship so that for fear he and the said mariners fled from the ship and 
left it without guard whereby it was wrecked. By p.s. 

The like to Ada,m de Hoperton, John de Wykham, and Robert de 
Amcotes, upon information that Adam Gussyng of Blaktofte, John 
Cussyng, Thomas Cussyng and others carried away a great fish called a 
' grapays ' of the price of 101. cast ashore within the manor of Faxflet, co. 
York, and belonging to the king as wreck of sea in right of his said 
manor. By K. 

The like touching persons who carried away a great fish called a 'porpais ' 
of the price of 60s., cast upon shore within the liberty of Pykeryngg. 

The like on information that Geoffrey de Upsale, John his son, Ralph 
de Wadesleye, John le Baker of Thresk, and others, fished in the king's 
stanks and stews at his manors of Kirkeby under Knoll and Dighton, and 
carried away fish, and entered his free warrens there and at his manors of 
Wath, Kirkeby Fletham, and Stapelton, and his woods there, and carried 
away hares, rabbits, pheasants and partridges from the warrens, and deer 
from the woods. By K. 

Commission de walliis et fossatis to Master Richard de Gloucestre, 
Robert de Keleseye, and William de Rokyngham, in the marshes of 
Esthamme and Wolewich, in the counties of Kent and Essex. 

The like to Hugh de Langelonde, Master Richard de Welyngton and 
Elias de Godele in the county of Somerset. 



144 



CALENDAR OP PATENT ROLLS. 



1325. 

May 17. 

Porchester. 



MEMBRANE \{)d. 



Commission de irallii^ et fossatis to John de Donecastre, Roger du Boys, 
Richard de Amcotes and Robert de Amcotes between the water of Done 
and Bykerdyk in the isle of Axiholm, co. Lincoln. 



May 14. 
Porchester. 



MEMBRANE 9d. 



Commission of oyer and terminer to John de Denum, Thomas de Burgh, 
Richard de Aldeburgh and Adam de Hoperton, on information that 
Geoffrey de Upsale, &c. to the same effect as above [membrane 12^/.] 

' By K. 



May 16. 

Porchester. 



May 27. 
Chertsey. 



May 27. 
Chertsey. 

June 1. 

Cippenham. 



MEMBRANE 8d. 

Commission de waJliis etfossatis to Alexander de Cave, Thomas de Houk, 
Peter de Salso Marisco and John de Kylvyngton along the coasts of the 
waters of Humbre and Use between the towns of Southcave and Barneby 
by Houeden, co. York, as the waters coming down from Wartre, Brunnom, 
Brunneby, Hayton, Beleby, Geveldale, Mylington, Ulvesthorp, Kylingwyk, 
Pokelyngton, Arverthorp, Wappelyngton, Thornton, Melburn and Eathwayt 
run out of their right and ancient courses and through defect of drains &c. 
of the towns between Beleby, Suthcave and Barneby by Houeden the 
following lowlying towns between Beleby and Southcave, to wit, Fulna, 
Ragoldyk, Langdyk, Skelflet, Hyngbrigsyk, Blaktoftdam, Thorntondam, 
Tempeldam, Mychelsyk, Helewdsgot, Crakeput, Milnedam of Brounflet and 
Frisdyk are submerged and the ways stopped. 

Sealed at another time by p.s. 

Commission of oyer and terminer to Geoffrey le Scrop, William de 
Bereford, Walter de Norwyco and Roger Beler, touching the persons who 
killed John Kacchegere at London in the house of Hugh de Garton of 
London. By K. 

The like, to enquire if necessary touching the said felony and to hear and 
determine the same. By K. 

Appointment of William de Cotes, in the room of John de Bousser who 
is engaged otherwise on the king's affairs, to execute with Henry de 
Cobeham and John de Ifeld, the commission of oyer and terminer 
directed to the said Henry, John and John, touching divers contempts and 
trespasses against the king in the free chace of Tonebrugg, which is in 
the counties of Kent and Sussex. By C. 



MEMBRANE Id. 

June 7. Commission of oyer and terminer to Hervey de Stanton and Edmund 

Bisham. de Passele in the county of Middlesex touching extortions and oppressions 

by the commissioners of array as well for the expedition against the 

contrariants, and afterwards for that of the Scotch war, as for the defence 

of the land of Gascony. By K. and C. 

June 18. The like to Henry de Percy, Alexander de Cave and Dominic de Bukton 

Eltham. touching the persons who killed Robert de Burcestre at Frisby, co. York. 

ByK. 



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145 



1325. 

June 28. 
Westminster. 



July 6. 
Westminster. 



MEMBRANE (uL 

Appointment of William de Launde in the room of Alan de Cubbeldyk, 
with Lambert de Trykyngham and Peter de Ludyngton, in a commission 
of oyer and terminer directed to the latter touching a complaint by Warin, 
parson of the church of Creton, that Richard de Lyndon, Thomas his 
brother, Roger le Chapeleyn, William de Lenne, Roger Hap, John do 
Suthwyk, John de Karliolo, clerk, Roger de Creton, chaplain, John Brere, 
Simon le Fiz Hugh and Gilbert Dorre of Creton and others broke his 
house and close at Creton, co. Lincoln, assaulted him, broke two of his 
carts to pieces, and took his beasts and goods. 

Commission of oyer and terminer to Robert de Aston, John de Hampton 
and John de Aunesleye on complaint by Thomas de Brokworth that as he 
was coming to London to render account for Robert de Sapy at the 
Exchequer, John son of William le Faukoner, Thomas his brother, and 
others, assaulted him at Bolleye, co. Gloucester, broke his arms and legs, 
and tore out his eyes, and carried away the memoranda of his account. 

By K. on the information of R. de Ayrem [ynne] . 

The like to John de Bousser, William de Gosefeld and Robert de Asshele 
on complaint by John de Dagworth, ' chivaler,' that Master Hugh de 
Lightwyne of Colecestre and others 

Vacated because enrolled below. 



MEMBRANE M. 

July 4. Commission de ivalliis et fossatis to Giles de Breaunzoun, John FiDol, 

Westminster. William de Ponte Roberti, and John de Dallyngrigge by the sea coast in 
the parts of Pevense and Hastynges, co Sussex. 



June 8. 
Bisham. 



June 14. 
Westminster. 



MEMBRANE 4^. 

Commission de ivallm et fossatis to Ralph Hereward, Robert de Asshele, 
and John de Dovere, along the coast of the Thames between the llospital 
of St. Katharine by the Tower of London, and the town of Shadewell, co. 
Middlesex. 

Commission of oyer and terminer to John de Treiagu, John de la Fosse, 
and Roger de Blacolvesle, on complaint by Thomas de Speketon that 
Thomas Faron, William Hille, Richard Sampson, William Wylly, William 
Bozon, John Boghiere the elder, John his son, Joan daughter of John 
Boghier, Robert Langynogh, and Eleanor his wife, Roger Chaunger, Joan 
Lamerton, Richard Bodd, William Rede, William Sweng[ge], William Powe, 
William Tysoun, and others, assaulted him at Sutton Vautort, co. Devon, 
as he was holding the court of Queen Isabel, as her water bailiff of the 
port there, [tanquam ballivum suiim de marina ijortus aque ibidem), broke his 
house and carried away his goods. 



MEMBRANE U. 

June 14. Commission of oyer and terminer to Thomas Blount, Roger Beler and 

Westminster, gimon Croyser, on complaint by Henry de Palyngton that Adam Brabazon, 
W^illiam de Hakeneye, W^illiam de Neuport, William de Sendale, John 
Turnegold, John de Reneham, William Trigge, Henry Bryugg, Walter son 
of John le Mazerer, William de Berkyng, ' pessoner,' John de Boxele, 
John ' Jonesman de Boxele,' Robert de Ledbury, Thomas de Shene, 
Henry de Masshebury, Richard Gifibrd or Gissors, John Turkilt, William 
Mounamy, William de Ware, Andrew de Nortffolk, Henry de la Keche, 



3217 



K 



UQ 



CALENDAR OF PATENT ROLLS. 



1325 



June 18. 
Elthain. 



Membrane Sd — cojit. 

Walter de Ely, William de Reneham, and others, besieged him in the house 
of Robert de Gumby at Fletstrete in the suburb of London, where he was 
lodged by the marshal of the household, broke the hovise, assaulted him, 
and carried away his goods within the verge of the household. By K. 

The like on like complaint by Thomas de Palyngton. By K. 

The like on like complaint by John de Palyngton. By K. 

The like on like complaint by Robert le Ireys. By K. 

Commission de walliiH et fo^mtis to Henry de Sharden, Thomas de Faver- 
sham and William de Ponte Roberti in the marsh of Romenale, between 
the towns of Lyde and Dengemareys, co. Kent. 



MEMBRANE 2d. 

June 2L Commission to W. bishop of Exeter, the treasurer, and Master Robert 

Eltham. de Baldok, king's clerk, archdeacon of Middlesex, the chancellor, to make 
a visitation of the chapel of St. Martin's le Grand, London, which is 
exempt from the jurisdiction of the ordinary, and to survey it by in- 
quisition by jury of the city of London. By K. 



MEMBRANE Id, 

July 6. Commission of oyer and terminer to John de Bousser, William de 

Westminster. Gosefeld and Robert de Asshele, on complaint by John de Dagworth, 
' chivaler,' that, whereas by pretext of a mandate to Robert de Insula to 
come to the king with horses and arms and all his power to Newcastle-on- 
Tyne, to go thence on the king's service to Scotland, he being then of the 
retinue of the said Robert, he would have gone to Colecestre to prepare 
himself with horses, armour and victuals to go with him. Master Hugh 
Lightwyne of Colecestre, Ralph Ode, Elias Fiz Jon, Warin Fiz W^ilem, 
Richard Barber, W^illiam le Grey, John Olnye, Hubert B[osse] , Henry 
Denny, Warin atte Welle, Saer de Donylonde, John Edward, John Somer, 
Matthew le Glaswright, William de la Marche, John de Ratlesdene and 
Margery his wife, Thomas Justard (.sic), parson of the church of Grenestede, 
Peter le Saltare, Richard Deyere, Adam Castel, John Poel of Lexden and 
John Bolbek of Staneweye, assaulted him at Staneweye by Colecestre, co. 
Essex, drove away a horse of his there of the price of 20 marks, and 
carried away his goods. Sealed at another time by K. 

July 2. Commission to John de Cauntebrugge and John de Staynton to enquire 

Westminster, touching the persons who killed William Phro at Tyryngton, co. Norfolk. 

July 6. Commission of oyer and terminer to Lambert de Trikyngham, Henry de 

Westminster. Fenton and Gilbert de Toutheby, upon information that Walter de Eboraco 

of Lincoln and others by night broke the castle of Somerton, co. Lincoln,' 

and drove away 2 colts, 5 oxen, 7 cows, 3 heifers, 8 calves and 60 hoggets. 

By K. 
Memorandum J that on 4 July 18 Edward II. the king, being then at 
Westminster, in the presence of Master Robert de Baldok, archdeacon of 
Middlesex, the chancellor, and others of his council, committed to Master 
Henry de Clyf ', king's clerk, the custody of the rolls of the Chancery in the 
same manner as others heretofore held that custody, and the said Henry, 
on the following day in the great hall of Westminster at the marble stone, 
in the presence of the chancellor. Sirs Robert de Bardelby, William deClif, 
William de Herlaston, Adam de Brom and other clerks of the chancery, 
took his oath faithfully to exercise the said custody, and Sir Richard de 
Ayremynne, then keeper of the rolls, delivered the keys of the chests 
wherein the rolls are kept to him. 



( 147 ) 



19 EI) WAR]) II.— Part I 



1325. 

July 8. 
Westminster, 



July 12. 

Westminster. 



July 8. 
Westminster. 



July 9. 
Westminster. 



July 10. 

Westminster. 



July 9. 

[Westminster.] 



MEMBRANE 36. 

Presentation of Reginald de Evesham to the church of Depeden, in the 
diocese of London, void by the resignation of John de Hereford, the last 
rector, and in the king's gift by reason of the lands of Humphrey dc Bohun, 
late earl of Hereford and Essex, being in his hands. 

Presentation of John Waryn, parson of the church of Gym[ingh]am, in 
the diocese of Norwich, to the church of Eston, in the diocese of Salis- 
bury, in the king's gift by reason of the temporalities of the abbey of 
Preaux being in his hands on an exchange of benefices with William de 
Walyngford. 

Safe-conduct for Raymond de Sancto Crispino, dean of Limoges, going 
beyond seas. 

Grant to Robert Darcy of the marriage of John son and heir of John de 
Argentein, tenant in chief, the king's ward. By K. 

Mandate to William de Bereford to deliver to him the body of the said 
heir. 

Power to Walter de Norwico for the affection which the king bore to 
John, late bishop of Norwich, in his lifetime, to grant the licence to elect 
for this turn, to the prior and convent of Norwich, when they shall ask 
for the same, that a bishop may be provided for them the more speedily 
and they be spared labour and expense. 

By K. on the information of Geoffrey le Scrop, chief justice. 

Vacated because below. 

Presentation of John de Staunford, chaplain, to the church of Brampton 
by Dingele, in the diocese of Lincoln, in the king's gift by reason of the 
temporalities of the priory of St. Neot's being in his hands. 

Presentation of Roger de Milton to the church of Stratforde Tony, 
in the diocese of Salisbury, void by the resignation of W^alter Waleys, the 
last rector, and in the king's gift by reason of the temporalities of the abbey 
of Lyre being in his hands. 

Power to Thomas Gray to receive into the king's peace all persons 
of the county of Northumberland and the parts adjacent who through 
poverty or other urgent nec^sity joined the Scots, enemies and rebels 
against the king. By K. 

Letters for the prior and convent of the Holy Trinity, Norwich, to elect a 
bishop in the room of John their late bishop, on news brought by Robert 
de Ely, monk of the house, of the death of the said John, although they 
have not yet asked for licence by letter as is usual. 

By K. on the information of Geoffrey le Scrop, chief justice. 

Vacated because otherwise below. 

Licence for Robert de Farendon to grant in fee to Thomas de Farendon, 
the chief bailiwick of the county of Dorset, and the bedelries of the 
hundreds of Ridelane, Uggescombe, Goudrenethorne, Tolreford, Ekerdon 
and St. George, held in chief. By fine of 10 marks. 



148 



CALENDAR OF PATENT ROLLS. 



•109:^ MewbrcDic 86 — cent. 

July 10. Mandate to the keepers of the ports of Suthampton, Poule, Portesmuth, 

Westminster. Waymuth and Lyme to permit John de Karentylio, monk of the priory 
of St. Clement's, in the island of Jeresey, who is going to that island with 
the king's licence, to pass if he come to any of those ports. 



July 17. 

Westminster. 

July 8. 
Westminstei' 



July 12. 

Westminster. 



July 16. 
Westminster 



July 16. 
Tower of 
London. 



July 17. 
Tower of 
London. 



July 16. 
Tower of 
London. 



Protection with clause nolumns for one year for Walter de Honyburn of 
Evesham. 

Presentation of Roger de Oteby to the vicarage of the church of Dar- 
thyngton, in the diocese of York, in the king's gift by reason of the 
temporalities of the priory of Pontefract being in his hands. 

Protection with clause voIuiiiks for one year for John Peverel, staying 

in Gascony on the king's service. By K. 

The like for Robert de Swynebnrn, staying as above. By K. 

Protection with clause nolKiinis for one year for William de Tatham, 
parson of the church of Halughton. 

The like for the following : — 

William de Sonkey, parson of the church of Weryngton. 

Thomas de Collum, parson of the church of Wollavynton. 
Reginald de Evesham, parson of the church of Depeden. 
The prior of Brechon in Wales. 

Robert Poer, parson of the church of Adderdeleygh, staying in North 
Wales on the king's service, in the ofHce of chamberlain of North Wales, 
has letters nominating John de Enefeld as his attorney in England for 
one year. 

Protection without clause volumiis until All Saints for Godfrey de 
Rodeham, clerk, going by the king's command to France to make purvey- 
ances for him there. By testimony of the Steward. 

The like for the following, going there in like manner : — 
William de Useflete, parson of the church of Neuton. 
Hugh Madefray. 
John de Carleford. 
Robert Albyn. 
Peter de Smetheton. 
William de Wateford. 
John Nusun. 
Richard Heyne. 
Henry de Belton. 
Richard de Rothyng, ' taverner.' 
Robert de Thornham. 
William son of Michael de Chepst[ed] . 
Walter de Belle Campo. 

The like for the following going with the said Walter : 
John Stoklond. 

Richard de Walton, parson of the church of Peniston. 
John de Wyngefeld. 
William le Lardener of Flete. 



July 20. 

Tower of 

London, 



The said William has letters nominating 
Skernyng as his attorney until the said feast. 



John Whichelecher of 



19 EDWARD 11.— Part 1. 



149 



1325. 

July 17. 

Tower of 

London. 



July IG. 
Tower of 
London. 



July 16. 
Tower of 
London. 



July 18. 
Tower of 
London. 

July 10. 
Tower of 
London. 

July 18. 
Tower of 
London. 



July 20. 
Westminster. 



July 20. 

Tower of 

London. 



Membrane 86 — cont. 

Pardon to John son of Robert de la Sale of Bukton for the death of 
Peter de Northcreyk, chaplain, and of any consequent outlawry ; on 
condition that he stand his trial if any one will proceed against him. 

ByK. 

Pardon to John de Ceresy of Cretyng, chaplain, for the death of Robert 
de Stanham Anteg [an] , as it appears by the record of John de 
Bousser and Hamo de Chigewell, justices assigned to deliver Neugate 
gaol, that he killed him in self-defence ; on the above condition. By K. 

Pardon to John son of Thomas de Heton — lately pardoned for the death 
of Adam de Rodum and John de Rodom and for all felonies before last 
Christmas on condition of his going to Gascony on the king's service in 
the next passage of the army — for not having so gone, as it appears that 
he was too infirm to go. By p.s. 

Protection with clause voluiims until Christmas for Master John de la 
Marche, staying bevond seas on the king's service with Queen Isabel. 

ByK. 

Walter de Bello Campo, going to France on the king's service, has letters 
nominating William de Bradewell as his attorney in England until All 
Saints. 

The abbot of Cormeilles, staying beyond the seas, has the like nominat- 
ing Master Richard -Filleul, parson of the church of Arley, and Walter de 
Stallinge as above. . By fine of 40s-. 

Vacated because otherwise below. 

Whereas Adam, prior of Lewes, on 19 July, in the king's nine- 
teenth year, acknowledged in the Chancery that he owed the king 
10,000^., po^yable at the Assumption, the king grants that the said 
recognizance shall be void if he and the convent by charter sealed 
with the seal of their chapter grant to Hugh le Despenser, son of 
Hugh le Despenser, earl of AA'inchester, and Eleanor his wife the 
advowsons of the churches of Dewesbery and Wakefeld, co. York, with 
remainder to Gilbert their son and his heirs, by the morrow of St. Peter's 
Chains, and pay to the king's clerk, John de Wodeford 40 marks by that 
date, and cause him to have letters patent under the seal of their charters 
of a pension of 40/. yearly out of their house until provided by them with 
a benefice. By K. 

Vacated because surrendered . 

Protection with clause nnlniiins for one year for John de Haselbeche, 
parson of the church of Ceryton. 



MEMBRANE 35. 

July 8. Protection with clause nnluinus for one year for William de Thunneyk, 

Westminster, parson of the church of Menstreworth, constantly attendant on the king's 
service. 

The like for Henry de Wygornia, parson of the church of Asshestede. 

Robert son of Guy Cokerel of Ireland, going to Ireland, has letters nomi- 
nating Robert son of Guy, and Roger de Frowyk as his attorneys in 
England for two years. 



150 



CALENDAR OF PATENT ROLLS. 



1325. 

July 18. 

Westni luster. 

July 8. 
Westminster, 



July 10. 
Westminster. 

July 9. 

Westminster 



July 19. 

Tower of 
London. 

July 9. 
Tower of 
London. 



July 12. 
Westminster, 



July 13. 
Westminster. 



July 10. 

Westminster, 



Membrane 35 — cont. 

Grant for life to Richard de Skeryngton, king's clerk, of the wardenship 
of the hospital of the Holy Innocents without Lincoln. By K. 

Protection with clause iiolmmis for one year for John de Salopia, parson 
of the church of Swynnerton. 

The like for :— 

The prior of St. Oswald's, Nostell, parson of the church of 
Baumburgh. 

The prior of Newstead without Staunford. 
The abbot of Whallay, for two years. 

The abbot of Waltham Holy Cross. 

William Getour, for one year. 

By K. on the information of R. de Ayremynne. 
John Curteys of Brantyngham, going beyond seas. 

Master Richard de Baldok, prebendary of Wyghton in the church of 

St. Peter, York. 
John de Watenhull, parson of the church of Manyngton. 
Robert le Frankelayne of Great Kynebell. 

Robert atte Ry of Stokebery. 

William de Spanneby, parson of the church of Wylughby. 

Robert de Ely, monk of the house of the Holy Trinity, Norwich, bringing 
news of the death of John, late bishop of that place, has letters for the 
prior and convent of licence to elect. 

By K. on the information of Geoffrey le Scrop. 

Whereas James le Botiller, sometime citizen and draper of London, in 
the eleventh year of the king, in his testament in his last will after the 
publication of the statute of mortmain, bequeathed that after the death of 
Agnes his wife all that tenement of his, sometime of W alter de Loudeneston, 
father of Olive mother of the said James, in the parish of St. Mary 
Bothawe, with six shops annexed thereto and other appurtenances, of 
which shops four are situated in the above parish and two in the parish of 
St. John, Walebrok, also all that shop which he had by feoffment of Robert 
de Molton in Candelwykestrete, in the said parish of St. John, also all that 
tenement which he had in Candelwykestrate, in the said parish of 
St. Mary by sale of the executors of the will of Thomas Box, sometime 
citizen and roper (cordarius) of London, with three shops in the front 
part thereof, should remain to the prior and convent of the new hospital 
of St. Mary without Bisshopesgate, London, to find four chaplains, two of 
them to be canons of the said hospital, to celebrate divine service daily in 
the hospital, and two to be seculars to celebrate divine service daily in the 
said church of St. Mary Rothawe (.stc), for the souls of the said James and 
Agnes, William his father, Olive his mother, Walter de Loudenestone and 
Christiana his wife, Paul le Botiller and the faithful departed, and also for 
the distribution yearly at the anniversary of the said James, to every 
sick person in the hospital 1^/. of current money, without the king's licence ; 
the king has pardoned the trespass herein and granted licence for the 
tenements to remain to the prior and convent after the death of the said 
Agnes. 



19 EDWARD IL— Part 1. 



151 



1325. 

July 11. 
Westminster. 

July 12. 

Westminster. 



July 13. 
Westminster. 



July 15. 

Tower of 
London. 



July 10. 

Westminster. 



July 16. 

Tower of 
London. 



July 18. 
Tower of 
London. 

July 12. 

Westminster, 



July 15. 

Tower of 

London. 



Membrane 85 — cont. ' 

Protection with clause rolumus until Michaelmas for Thomas de 
Hockele, staying on the king's service beyond seas with Queen Isabel. 

Licence for the alienation in mortmain by Thomas de.Raynton to the 
prior and convent of Tynemuth, in part satisfaction of the lOL yearly of 
land and rent which they have the king's licence to acquire of 4 messuages 
and 70 acres 8 roods of land in Bacworih, Moreton, Whitely and Milneton, 
which are held of the prior and worth ISs. 8//. yearly, as appears by 
inquisition made by Simon de Gr^anmesby, escheator in the counties of 
York, &c. 

Presentation of John de Feloniis (or Felouns), parson of the church of 
Bygeneure, in the diocese of Chichester, to the church of Monks Horton, 
in the diocese of Canterbury, in the king's gift by reason of the temporalities 
of the priory of Horton being in his hands ; on an exchange of benefices 
with John de Wy. 

Writ of aid for John de Neusom, clerk, charged by the steward of the 
household and the keeper of the wardrobe to purvey hay, oats, beans, litter 
and other necessaries for some of the king's horses in their custody. 

By K. on the information of the steward. 

Licence for the alienation in mortmain by John Cosyn of Norwich of 
four stalls and 28.s. of rent in Norwich to a chaplain to celebrate divine 
service daily in the church of St. Peter Mancroft, Norwich, for the soul of 
the said John, and the souls of his father and mother, and his successors 
and the faithful departed. By fine of 5 marks. 

Presentation of Master Henry de Kirkeby, parson of the church of 
Wappenbury, in the diocese of Coventry and Lichfield, to the church of 
Sharneford, in the diocese of Lincoln, in the king's gift by reason of the 
priory of Kirkeby Monachorum being in his hands; on an exchange of 
benefices with Master John de Kirkeby. 

Presentation of the said Master John to the said church of Wappenbury, 
in the king's gift as above. 

Protection with clause volmnus for one year for Robert Power, clerk, 
staying in Wales on the king's service. 

•Prohibition to all ecclesiastical persons from proceedings in derogation 
of the judgement of the king's court of York, whereby Edward I. recovered 
against Francis Gaytani his presentation to the treasurership in the 
church of St. Peter, York, by reason of voidance of the archbishopric of 
York, and of his collation of the same to Walter de Bedewynde, king's 
clerk. 

Mandate to mayors and others to arrest any persons prosecuting such 
appeals. 

Prohibition as above with respect to the collation by the present king to 
John de Denton, king's clerk, of the prebend of Morton, in the church of 
St. Ethelbert, Hereford, lately void by the consecration of Master John de 
Ros, the last prebendary, to be bishop of Carlisle, in the time when the 
temporalities of the bishopric of Hereford, had been adjudged lo him by 
reason of Adam de Oiieton, bishop of Hereford, having been convicted in 
the court of King's Bench of adhesion to Roger de Mortuo Mari, a rebel. 

ByK. 



152 



CALENDAR OF PATENT ROLLS. 



1325. 

July 15. 
Westminster, 



July 18. 
Tower of 
London. 



Membrane 35 — coiit. 

Mandate to mayors and others to arrest any persons prosecuting appeals 
in derogation of the king's right of presentation to the church of St. Mary 
le Nangle, by reason of the priory of Pembroke being in his hands, which 
he received against the prior and Roger Knethele, and of his presentation 
of that church to Thomas de Cotingham, king's clerk. 

Presentation of Walter de North f eld, parson of the church of Forton, in 
the diocese of Coventry and Lichfield, to the church of Great Lynford, in 
the diocese of Lincoln ; in tlie king's gift by reason of his custody of the 
land and heir of Edmund le Botiller of Ireland, tenant in chief ; on an 
exchantTfe of benefices Avith Thomas de Heselwode. 



July 9. 
Westminster. 



July 10. 
Westminster. 



July 12. 
Westminster. 



July 15. 

Tower of 

London. 



MEMBRANE 34. 

Licence for the alienation in mortmain to the abbot and convent of Ford, 
in satisfaction of 40s. of the 101. yearly of land and rent which they have 
the king's licence to acquire, to find a monk to celebrate divine service 
daily for the souls of Edward I and Robert son of Payn, by John Peverel 
of a messuage, 21 acres of land, 2 acres of meadow, an acre of wood, 
and an acre of moor in Little Wyndesore ; by William atte Grove, of 
a messuage in Chernemuth ; by John Payn of Carterston the elder of 
20 acres of land, 2 acres of meadow, an acre of wood and an acre of 
moor there; by William de Pillond of a messuage, 46 acres of land, 7 acres 
of meadow and 30 acres of pasture in Sandput, not held in chief and 
extended as of the value of 26s. yearly, as appears by inquisition made by 
John Everard, escheator in the county of Somerset. 

Pardon of the trespass of James le Botiller, citizen and draper, of 
London, in bequeathing in mortmain in the eleventh year to the prior and 
convent of St. Mary's Southwark, near London, the remainder after tho 
death of Agnes his wife of all those tenements with all the shops belonging 
to them, in the parish of St. Mary Bothawe, London, which he bought of 
the executors of John de Donestaple, to find three chaplains, two canons 
of that house and one a secular, to celebrate divine service daily in the 
church of St. Mary Bothawe, for the souls of the said James and Agnes, 
William father of James, Olive his mother, Walter de Loudonestone and 
Christiana his wife, Paul le Botiller, and the faithful departed ; and licence 
for them to enter into the same after the death of Alice. 

Presentation of Master Henry de Clif to the church of Kyngesthorp, in 
the diocese of Lincoln. By K. 

The like of Bartholomew de Bradden to a third part of the churcTi of 
St. Nicholas, Warrewyk, in the diocese of Worcester, in the king's gift by 
reason of his custody of the land and heir of Guy de Bello Campo, earl of 
Warwick. 

Commission to Robert le Fitz Wautier the younger, Richard de Pereres, 
sheriff of Essex and Hertford, and Hugh le Fitz Simond in the said 
counties to arrest persons who confederate together and make raids by day 
and night, imprison people until they make ransom, go to fairs and markets 
and take goods without paying for them, beat those who will not join 
them, and who in some cases keep the peace in the said counties and 
openly rob merchants ; and the sheriff is to aid with the posse of the 
county if necessary. French. [Varl, TFrits.] By K. 

Appointment of Roger de Wodham to arrest John de Patemer, 'chivaler,' 
and others in his company, and bring them to the king. 



19 EDWARD II.—Part 1. 



153 



1325. 

July 13. 
Westminster. 



July 29. 
Writtle. 



July 22. 
Hadleigh. 

July 20. 
Tower of 
London. 



July 24. 
Hadleigh. 



July 20. 
Tower of 
London. 



July 10. 

Westminster. 



July 27. 

Baddow. 



Membrane 34 — cont. 

Licence, out of affection towards Thomas le Blont, steward of the house- 
hold, for Juliana late the wife of John de Hastinges, tenant in chief, to 
marry the said Thomas if she will, but if she will not then that which 
pertains, to the king of her marriage shall be reserved to the king. By K, 

Writ of aid for Henry le Scrop, justice of the forest beyond Trent, 
appointed principal warden and surveyor of the king's parks and chaces 
beyond Trent, during pleasure. 

Presentation of William de Herlaston to the church of Navenby in the 
diocese of Lincoln, .in the king's gift by reason of the temporalities of the 
abbey of Seez being in his hands. By K. 

The like of Robert de Holden to the prebend of Pesemersh, in the free 
chapel of Hastyngges, in the diocese of Chichester. By p.s. 

Licence, for one year, for Peter Bonard, merchant of Brabant, who 
lately brought to the realm divers kinds of corn, to take 240 tuns of ale 
and other goods out of the realm to Brabant, notwithstanding the late 
ordinance. By K. 

Protection with clause noliunus, for the abbey of St. Augustine, Welhou 
by Grymesby, which is now greatly in debt, and appointment of John de 
Heselarton, knight, to the custody thereof ; the revenues (saving reason- 
able sustenance for the house) are to be applied to the relief of its debts by 
view of some of the more discreet members and by the advice of the said 
John ; and no minister is to be lodged there or in the manors or granges 
of the abbey without his special licence. By K. 

Licence for the alienation in mortmain by Robert de Valoignes, clerk, to 
William de Leghe, parson of the church of Otham, of 4 acres of land in 
Otham, in aid of the maintenance of a chaplain to celebrate divine service 
daily in the said church for the souls of the said Robert and the faithful 



departed. 



By fine of j mark. 



Pardon to Roger de Swynnerton, for the death of Henry de Salt, and 
for receiving Richard de Sv/ynnerton, indicted of the death of Henry ' le 
Persones de Pencrich,' and of a depredation from Roger le Mareschal of 
Eccleshale ; also for receiving Stephen de Swynnerton, indicted of the 
death of Thomas de Verney, and receiving of John de Grute, indicted of 
the death of John de Mere ; on condition that he stand his trial if anyone 
will proceed against him. By K. 

Licence for the alienation in mortmain by Robert Newecomen of London, 
' seler,' to the master and brethren of the hospital of St. Bartholomew, 
Smythefeld, London, of a messuage and 37 acres of land in the parishes of 
St. Giles and St. Botolph without Aldresgate, London, in aid of the main- 
tenance of the poor and infirm in the said hospital. By K. 

By fine of -i mark. 

Grant for life to Mary late the wife of Aymer de Valencia, earl of 
Pembroke, of the manors of Anesty, Mesedene, Hormad, and Westmylne, 
CO. Hertford, late of the said Aymer, which Richard de Wynferthyng, 
king's clerk, who had them by feoftment of the said Aymer, has surrendered 
to the king ; to hold Vv^ith knights' fees, advowsons, hundreds, markets, fairs, 
chaces, warrens, parks, woods, stanks, stews, fisheries, wards, relifes, escheats, 
liberties, free customs, and all other appurtenances ; with remainders to 
Laurence son of John de Hastynges and Eleanor daughter of Hugh le 
Despenser son of Hugh le Despenser earl of Winchester, and the heirs of 
their bodies, and to the said Hugh son of Hugh. 



154 



CALENDAR OF PATENT ROLLS. 



1325, 
July 12. 

Westminster. 



July 15. 

Tower of 
London. 



July 12. 
Westminster. 



July 14. 

Tower of 
London. 



July 15. 
Tower of 
London. 

July 16. 
Tower of 
London. 



July 16. 
Tower of 
London. 



July 17. 
Tower of 
London. 



July 17. 

Tower of 

London. 

July 16. 

Tower of 
London. 



MEMBBANE 33. 

Pardon to William atte Fishpol for the death of Robert Alayn of Paston 
at Paston, as it appears by the record of Robert Baynard and his fellows, 
justices appointed to deliver the gaol of the castle of Norwich, that he 
killed him in self-defence. By K. 

Pardon to Robert Squier, the king's huntsman, of a trespass of venison 
in the forest of Essex, and of his outlawry, if any, in the county of Essex, 
for not appearing, when indicted thereof, before Aymer de Valencia, late 
earl of Pembroke, and his fellows, justices last in eyre for pleas of the forest 
in that county. By p.s. 

The like to William Godeslond, who was convicted before the king on a 
plea of trespass of William de Ardern, parson of the church of Arnyngworth, 
of his outlawry in the county of Northampton for not appearing before the 
king to satisfy him of what pertains to him touching the said trespass, as 
appears by the record and process thereof, which the king has caused to come 
before him in the chancery ; on condition that he surrender forthwith to the 
Marshalsea prison, and satisfy the king of what pertains to him, and the 
said William of the damages adjudged to him. 

Pardon to Robert Cauce for acquiring in fee from Robert Cauce of 
Drynghou, a messuage, 2 tofts, a mill and 4 bovates of land in Drynghou 
from Alexander de Carleton, a toft, a bovate and a moiety of an acre of land 
in Bounewyk, and from Roger de Dalton a toft and a bovate of land there 
held by them in chief as of the honour of Albemarle, as appears by inquisition 
made by Simon de Grymesby, escheator in the counties of York, &c., and 
entering therein without licence ; with restitution of the same. 

By fine of 6 marks. 

Presentation of James de Kyngeston to the church of Mechyng, in the 
diocese of Chichester, in the king's gift by reason of the priory of Lewes 
being lately in his hands. 

Licence for the alienation in mortmain by Edmund Maubank to the 
abbess and nuns of Godestowe of a messuage in Fletstrete in the suburb of 
London, in aid of the maintenance of a chaplain to celebrate divine service 
daily in the church of Great Tiewe in honour of the Virgin Mary. 

By fine of QOs. 

Grant to Burgesius de Tyll[io], in extension of the late grant to him and 
Sibyl his wife, of the lands late of Laurence de Heck, a rebel, to hold for 
their lives, that, as the king understands that 5 marks a year are due to him 
out of the lands by reason of the manor of Cowyk, Burgesius shall hold the 
lands for his life quit of the said charge. By p.s. 

Grant to Henry de Haukele, parson of the church of Belegrave, in the 
diocese of Lincoln, of the deanery of Canewyz, in the diocese of Norwich, 
in the king's gift by reason of the bishopric of Norwich being in the king's 
hands ; on an exchange of benefices with Master John de Belegrave ; 
directed to the guardian of the spirituality of the bishopric of Norwich. 

Vacated because otherwiHe below. 

Grant to the said Henry of the said deanery ; directed to all persons. 
Mandate to the guardian of the spirituality to admit him. 

Pardon to John Dacres and John son of Robert de la Strode for acquiring 
for life from John bishop of Bath and Wells, a messuage, 70 acres of land, 
and 5 acres of meadow in Banewell, held in chief, at a rent to the bishop 
of 26.S. 8ri., and entering thereon without licence; with licence for them to 
retain the same. By fine of 5 marks. 



19 EDWARD II.— Part 1. 



15S 



1325. 

July 18. 

Tower of 

London, 



July 18. 
Tower of 
London. 
July 19. 
Tower of 
London. 



July 20. 
Tower of 

London. 
July 20. 
Tower of 

London. 



July 24. 
Hadleigh. 



July 13. 

Westminster. 



July 23. 

Hadleigh. 

July 28. 

Writtle. 



Membrane 33 — cont. 

Pardon to Geoffrey le Dene of Hemmyngston, for the death of John 
Spice of Berghham at Hemmyngston, co. Sufiblk, as it appears by the 
record of Robert Baynard and Simon de Hedersete, justices appointed to 
deliver the gaol of Ipswich, that he killed him in self-defence. 

Writ of aid, for one year, for brother John de Redmere, keeper of the 
king's stud, purveying hay and other necessaries for the same. By K. 

Brother John de Insula, canon of Molana-Island {de Imula Sancti 
Malanfid), bringing news of the death of William de Odynnan, late abbot 
of the same place, has letters for the prior and convent of licence to elect. 

ByK. 

Presentation of Master Richard de Gloucestre, king's clerk, to a mediety 
of the church of Sadebergh, in the archdeaconry of Richmond. By K. 

Power to John Darcy, justiciary of Ireland, in order to save trouble and 
expense, to make restitution of the temporalities of the abbey of Molana- 
Island to the person elected and confirmed abbot thereof, after first taking 
his fealty and receiving from him letters patent sealed with his own seal and 
the seal of the chapter acknowledging this to be of the king's grace and not 
to be drawn into a precedent. By K. 

The abbot of Beaulieu, who has lands near St. Michael's Mount, co. 
Cornwall, and is frequently impleaded in respect of these lands in order to 
cause him expense, has attorned before the king brother Thomas de 
Poghele and Henry 'de Hamme to sue and defend all pleas for him in that 
county, for two years. " By K. 

Pardon to Adam de Rouston, for acquiring in fee from John de Chavent, 
two messuages, 50 acres of land, and 4^ acres of meadow in Wapham, 
held in chief and entering therein without licence ; with restitution of the 
same. . By fine of 50s. 

Pardon to Roger son of Thomas Corbet of Cans, for acquiring in fee tail 
from Peter son of Peter Corbet of Cans, a messuage, li carucates of land, 
30 acres of meadow, 40 acres of pasture, 60 acres of wood, and a moiety of 
a mill in Hemme by Mountgomery held in chief, and entering therein 
without licence ; and licence for him to retain the same, with remainder 
to Peter son of Thomas Corbet and the heirs of his body, and reversion to 
the said Peter son of Peter and his heirs. By p.s. 

Presentation of William le Eyre to the church of Penros, in the diocese 
of Bangor. 

Licence for the alienation in mortmain to the prior and convent of Holy 
Trinity, Norwich, in part satisfaction of the 20/. yearly of land and rent, 
which they have the king's licence to acquire of the following lands of the 
value of 25s. S^d. yearly, as appears by inquisition made by John de 
Blomvill, escheator in Norfolk and other counties : — 

by Richard Honi, vicar of the church of Hyndolveston, 2 acres of 

meadow and 2 acres of pasture, in Wode Norton ; 
by Richard son of Thomas Bogheton, of Eye, chaplain, 2 acres of land 

in Henleye ; 
by Thomas le Wright of Sechesey, 4 acres of land in Atthebrigg ; 
by Henry de Skernynge, 2 acres of land in Grymmere Plumstede ; 
by William Oliver, of Houeton, 1 acre of meadow in Trows ; 
by Adam de Baldeswelle, 2 messuages, 6 acres of land and 1 rood of 
pasture in Norwich, Neuton and Hyndryngham ; 



156 



CALENDAR OF PATENT ROLLS. 



1325, 



July 15. 
Tower of 
London. 



Membrane 33 — cont. 

by Robert de Langele, vicar of the church of Catton, 2 acres, 3 roods, 

of land m Catton ; 
by Henry de Morle, chaplain, 6 acres of land in Catton and 

Heylesdon ; 
by Simon le Barker of Thurveton, 8 acres, 3 roods of land, and 1 acre 

3 roods of reeds, in Thurveton ; 
by Simon de Badbrigge, li acre of land in the same town ; 
by Wiliam Potekyn, 1 acre of land there ; 
by Roger Betessone, ^ acre of land there ; and 
by Benedict P31ok, of Bungeye, chaplain, a messuage, 14 acres, 3 roods 

of land, and 4 acres 3 roods of rushes, in the same town, Hadesco, 

Thorpe by Hadesco and Toft. 

Presentation of John de Waltham to the church of Mechyng, in the 
diocese of Chichester, in the king's gift by reason of the priory of 
Lewes being lately in his hands. 



July 18. 

Tower of 

London. 



July 19. 
Tower of 
London. 



July 19. 

Tower of 
London. 

July 16. 
Tower of 
London. 

July 19. 

Tower of 
London, 



July 18. 

Tower of 

London. 



MEMBRANE 32, 

Pardon to Thomas de Faucomberge of Wythronwyk for acquiring in tail 
from Walter de Faucomberge, a messuage, 2 tofts and 10 bovates of land 
in Wy thorn wyk, held in chief as of the honor of Albemarle, as appears by 
inquisition made by Simon de Grymesby, escheator in the counties of 
York, &c., and entering therein without licence ; and licence for him to 
retain the same in tail, with reversion to the said Walter. 

By fine of 60s. 

Presentation of John de Dalby, king' clerk, parson of the church of 
Potton, in the diocese of Lincoln, to the church of Stapelford, in the same 
diocese, in the king's gift by reason of the lands late of Thomas earl of 
Lancaster, being in his hands, on an exchange of benefices with John 
Whitglove, king's clerk. By p.s. 

The like of the said John Whitglove to the said church of Potton, in the 
king's gift by reason of the temporalities of the priory of St. Andrew, Nor- 
hampton, being in his hands. By p.s. 

The like of Raymund, cardinal deacon of Sancta Maria Nova to the 
church of Drifield in the diocese of Coventry and Lichfield. By p.s. 

The like of Robert de Risshton to the church of Adele, in the diocese of 
York, in the king's gift by reason of the temporalities of the priory of 
Holy Trinity, York, being in his hands. 

Licence for Joan late the wife of Robert de Driby, to grant in fee to Gilbert 
de Bernak, parson of the church of Tatishale, and John de Gyselyngham, 
parson of the church of Wolfreton, 9 messuages, 156 acres, J rood of land, 
5^ acres of meadow, 3 acres of pasture and 1h. ^d. of rent, a rent of two 
sparrowhawks, and a moiety of a pasture called ' Rodewyk,' in New Boken- 
ham, Old Bokenham, Attelburgh and Elyngham, a third part of the manor 
of Wymondham, and an eighth part of the manor of Bokenham, co. 
Norfolk, all held in chief, and for the latter to regrant the same to the 
said Joan for life, with remainder in tail to William de Bernak and Alice 
his wife, and reversion to the right heirs of the said Joan. 

By fine of 50 marks. 

Licence for Stephen de Gravesende, bishop of London, to alienate in 
mortmain land and rent, which he now holds or shall acquire hereafter, 



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157 



July 20. 
Tower of 
London. 



1325. j\I(>uibrane n'Z—cnut. 

not held in chief, to the value of 18^. a year, to ecclesiastical persons for 
the maintenance of ministers of the church of St. Paul, London, and for 
obits, chantries and other alms for the souls of the king and his children 
and progenitors, and for the soul of Bichard de Gravesende, sometime 
bishop of London, uncle of the said Stephen. By K. 

Licence for John de Urtiaco to grant for life to Master Richard de 
Knolton, 1 bovates of land in North Bere, held in chief, at a rent of 20.s. 
a year. ]>y fine of 2 marks.. 

William, abbot of Cormeilles, staying beyond the seas, has letters 
nominating Master Richard Filleul, parson of the church of Arley, and 
Walter de Stalling as his attorneys in England for three years. 

By fine of 40.**-. Gloucester. 

Iiispcrinius and confirmation in favour of Ralph son of Nicholas de 
Kyngeleye, who now holds the land, of the following charter : — 

HenricHs, clei f/racia rex AiKilorimi et diiv Sonnannoruni at Aqititannornrii, 
et comefi Amlegavoriini jiisticiariis, vicecomitibiif^ et oimiibuH miniHtiis et 
fidelibns snis AjKjlie, sali(tem. Sciatu me concessisse et presenti carta 
confirmasse finem qui factiis fait in curia mea inter Wybertiiin Trunchet 
et Roger urn filium Willelmi de terra de Ragelea, scilicet, quod Wybertus 
Trunchet claniavit quietum Rogero filio V/illelmi de se et heredihus suis 
sibi et heredibus suis terrain illam de Ragelea, pro a-ic viarcis, quas 
Rogerus ei dedit, et Wybertua earn reddidit solutam et quietam in manu 
abbatis de Evesham, de cujus feodo terra ilia est. Et ideo volo et 
flrmiter precipio quod Rogerus filius Willelmi et heredes sui habeant et 
teneant terram illam de Ragelea cum omnibus pertinenciis suis in bosco 
et piano, in aquis et wolendinis, in. pratis et pasturis, in viis et semitis, 
et in omnibus aliis locis, et aliis rebus ad eandeui pertinentibus, bene et 
in pare, libcre, quiete, integre et honorifice, rum omnibus libertatihus et 
liberis consuetudinibus suis. Testibus, Willclmo filio AudeV , dapifero, 
Willelmo filio Radulfi, Willehno Basset, Bertrarno de Verduno, 
Gaufrido Salragio, apwl Evesham'. By fine of iQs. Gloucester. 

July 26. Grant at the instance of Gilbert, abbot of Bee Hellouin, commorant 

Hadleigh. beyond the seas, and the convent of that place, that Richard de Beusevalle, 

fellow monk of the abbot, their proctor general in England, shall be 

admitted as his attorney in England for pleas affecting the house, for four 

years. 

July 24. Grant during pleasure to Isabel de Hastynges of the easement of the 

Hadleigh, king's houses within the castle of Marlebergh for the safe lodging of the 

king's daughters, who, by his order, are to dwell in her company. By K. 

July 28. Signification to W. archbishop of Canterbury, of the royal assent to the 

VVrittle. election of Master Robert de Baldok, archdeacon of Middlesex, to be bishop 

of Norwich. By K. 

July 28 Grant to Roger de Barneby, king's clerk, of the wardenship of the 

Wi'ittle. hospital of St. Nicholas, Pykeryng. 

Aug. 1. Licence for the alienation in mortmain by the abbot and convent of 

Pleshey. Langeleye to the prior and Austin Friars of Norwich of a messuage in 

Norwich for the enlargement of their dwelling-place. By K. 

Aug. 8. Writ of aid for one year for Hugh de Beaurepaier, king's Serjeant, 

Dunmow. charged by the steward of the household and the keeper of the wardrobe to 

make purveyances of hay, oats, beans, Utter and other necessaries for some 

of the horses in their custody. 



158 



CALENDAR OF PATENT ROLLS. 



1325. 

July 20. 

Westminster. 



Aug. 8. 

Havering atte 

Bower. 

Aug. 8. 

Havering atte 

Bower. 



Aug. 6. 

Matching 

Hall. 



Aug. 26. 
Langdon. 



Membrane 32 — cont. 

Pardon to Adam prior of Lewes and the convent of that place of the 
trespass of John, sometime prior, and the convent thereof, in acquiring in 
mortmain by a fine levied in the court of Edward I from Roger de 
Moubray, the advowson of the church of Melton Moubray, held in chief, 
and afterwards appropriating the church, without licence. By K. 

Protection until All Saints for Robert Fitz Neel, staying beyond seas 
in the company of Queen Isabel. 

Pardon to John Blak of Ludham, for the death of John Bryning of 
Ludham at Ludham, as it appears by the record of Robert Baynard and 
Simon de Hedersete, justices appointed to deliver the gaol of the castle of 
Norwich, that he killed him in self-defence. 

Licence to the prior and convent of Hatfeld Brodeok to acquire in 
mortmain land and rent, not held in chief, to the value of 10^. a year. 

By p.s. 

Presentation of William de Melburn to the church of Esyngdon, in the 
diocese of Lincoln. By K. 

The like of John le Sauser of Gippewich, chaplain, to the vicarage of 
the church of Sapiston, in the diocese of Norwich, in the king's gift by 
reason of the late voidance of the bishopric of Norwich. 



July 20. 

Tower of 

London. 



July 18. 

Tower of 

London. 



July 27. 
Writtle. 



July 24. 
Hadleigh. 



July 20. 

Tower of 

London. 

July 18. 

Tower of 

London. 



MEMBRANE 31. 

Licence for Theobald Russel to grant in fee simple to William Musard a 
messuage and a carucate of land in Estbedewynde, held in chief. 

By fine of 10 marks. 

Grant for life to John de Melf, 'nakerer,' of the king's houses in the 
parish of St. Nicholas in the Shambles {de MarcelUs) London, sometime of 
Robert de Ploland. By K. 

Vacated because otherwise below. 

Grant to Thomas Larcher, prior of the Hospital of St. John of Jerusalem 
in England, to whom the houses of that order in Scotland and Y/ales are 
also subject, that brothers Nicholas de x\bington and Simon Fauconer shall 
act as his attorneys in England for four years. 

Chanfjed because at another time it teas sealed by order of the kimj. 

Licence for the alienation in mortmain by Roger Beler to the warden . 
and chaplains of the chapel of St. Peter, Kirkeby upon Wrethek, of the 
advowson of the church of Soapelford, co. Leicester, held in chief; and for 
the warden and chaplains to appropriate the church. By p.s. 

Grant to Roger Beler of the advowson of the church of Stapelford, co* 
Leicester, late of Thomas sometime earl of Lancaster, a rebel, in exchange 
for the advowson of the church of Wychehambrok, co. Suffolk. By p.s. 

Grant for life to John de Melf ' nakerer ' of the king's houses in the 
parish of St. Nicholas in the Shambles, London, which Henry Scot, 
deceased, held for life by grant of Thomas late earl of Lancaster. By K. 

Protection with clause nolnmus for one year for Robert de Kelm, clerk , 
constantly attendant upon the king's service. 



19 EDWARD II.— Part 1. 



159 



1325. 

July 28. 

Writtle. 

July 30. 
Pleshey. 

July 28. 
Writtle. 



July 28. 

Writtle. 



July 29. 

Writtle. 



Membrane 31 — cont. 

Protection with clause volwnus until All Saints' Day for Geoffrey de 
Cornubia, staying beyond seas on the king's service with Queen Isabel. 

Presentation of Ricchus son of Neapolucus de Corelia to the church of 
Arturet, in the diocese of Carlisle. By p.s. 

Licence for the alienation in mortmain by John de Malghum to the 
abbot and convent of Westdereham, in satisfaction of 30.s. of the 10 marks 
yearly of land and rent which they have the king's licence to acquire, of 4 
tofts and 3»bovates, 2 acres and 3 roods of land in Scothorp and Malghum 
not held in chief, as appears by inquisition made by Simon de Grymmesby, 
escheator in the counties of York, &c. 

Protection for one year for Thomas de Yarnemuth of Lenn, prosecuting 
the king's business before Walter de Norwico, Robert Baynard, John de 
Ingham and John Claver, appointed by letters patent to enquire touching 
trespasses, excesses, oppressions and crimes in the counties of Norfolk and 
Suffolk ; and for his men, lands and goods. By K. 

The like for Master Simon de Dallyngg. By K, 

Commission to Adam de Hoperton, John de Ellerker, and Dominic de 
Bukton to audit the account of the quayage of the town of Scardeburgh, 
as the king is informed that those whom he has appointed to collect the 
quayage from the twelfth year of his reign have kept it for their own 
purposes, applying little or none to the repair of the quay ; and any money 
they find retained in the hands of such collectors they are to apply to the 
said repairs. ' By pet. of C. 

Vacated because on the dorse under the same date. 

Raymund de Farges, cardinal deacon of Sancta Maria Nova, dean of 
St. Mary's, Salisbury, archdeacon of Leicester and parson of the church of 
Leek, staying in the court of Rome, has letters nominating Master John 
de Pinibus, archdeacon of Bazas, and John de Tarenta, canon of the 
church of St. Peter, Heghtredebury, as his attorneys for two years. 

Auo-. 9. Appointment of Roger Beler to supply the place of the treasurer of the 

Havering atte Exchequer untU. the return of W. archbishop of York, the treasurer, who 

Bower. is going for some time to the North by the king's command. By K, 

Aug. 10. Licence for Alan de Plunkenet to grant for life to Master Thomas de 

Havering atte Chaundos, the manor of Logwardyn, co. Hereford, held in chief. 

Bower. By fine of 30?. 

Mandate to Thomas de Hyndringham and John Claver, guardians of the 
void bishopric of Norwich, to deliver the temporalities thereof to Master 
Robert de Baldok, archdeacon of Middlesex, whose election as bishop has 
been confirmed by W. archbishop of Canterbury and who has done fealty 
to the king. By p.s. 

Writ de intendeiido directed to the tenants of the bishopric. 

Inspeximiis and confirmation of a charter, dated in the chapter of Lewes, 
26 July, 1325, whereby Adam the prior and the convent of Lewes 
granted to Sir Hugh le Despenser, son of Hugh le Despenser, earl of 
Winchester, and Eleanor his wife for life the advowsons of the churches of 
Dewesbury and Wakefeld, co. York, with remainder in fee simple to Gilbert 
their son. Witnesses: — Master Robert de Baldok, archdeacon of Middlesex, 
the chancellor. Sir Geoffrey le Scrop, the chief justice. Sirs William de 
Bereford and William de Herle, justices of the Common Bench, Master 
Henry de Clyf, John de Denum, Gilbert de Toutheby and others. By K. 



July 29. 

Writtle. 



Aug. 12. 
Woodford. 



Aug. 11. 

Havering atte 

Bower. 



160 



CALENDAR OF PATENT ROLLS. 



1325. 



yicinhranc 31 — cont. 



Grant for life to Master Gilbert de Middelton, king's clerk, archdeacon 
of Northampton, of the manor of Stowe, co. Northampton, with the park 
and other appurtenances, late of Warin de Insula, a rebel, with the issues 
from last Easter, at a rent at the Exchequer of 24Z. 12.v. IhJ., the extent ; 
with reversion to the king. By K. 

Vacated because enrolled amonf/ tJie fines. 



MEMBBAXE 30. 

Aug. 10. Protection with clause noliomts for one year for William de Derham, 

Havering atte clerk. 

Bovver. The like for :— 

The prior of Bykenacre. 

Randclf Douufoul of Gosberkirk. 

William de Pyncebek. 

Master Richard de Eryum, clerk. 

Edmund de Grymmesby, parson of the church of Preston. 

Robert de Tong, parson of the church of Fobbyng. 

John de Amwell, parson of the church of Westrasen. 

The abbot of Begeham. 

Edmund Trussel. 

William de Savinaco, parson of the church of Wynterburn. 

The prior of the church of St. Martin, Dover. 

The master and brethren of God's House, Dover. 

The master of the hospital of Ospreng. 

John son of Robert de Strode of Heme. 



Bower, 



Aug. 10. Pardon to Thomas de Coambe of his outlawry, if any, in the county of 

Havering atte Bedford, for not appearing before the king to answer a charge of having 
assented unto John son of John le Taillour of St. Albans, in his having 
concealed in the chamber of the vicar of the church of Luyton a certain 
blank (alham) charter enclosed in a box and sealed with a seal like the 
king's seal ; on condition that he surrender forthwith to the prison of the 
Marsh alsea, of the king's Bench, and stand his trial if the king will proceed 
a<2fainst him. 



Aug. 20. 
Sturry. 

Aug. 27. 
Langdon. 



Sept. 4. 
Langdon. 



Aug. 8. 

Havering atte 

Bower. 



Protection, for one year, for William Nouwell of Wodestoke. 

Protection v/ith clause rohtmns, until Christmas, for Robert de Stangreve, 
going beyond seas on the king's service. 

By testimony of the steward of the household. 
The like for William de Godsted, going with him. 

By the like testimony. 

The said William has letters nominating Master Richard de Godestede 
as his attorney for that period. 

The said Robert de Stangreve has the like nominating Henry de Holye. 

The like for the following : — 

John de Bello Campo of Somersete, going beyond seas with the king 
on his service, nominating Richard de Holm and Edward de 
Estynton. 
Reginald son of Reginald, nominating Walter de Combe and the said 
Edward, 



19 EDWARD II.— Part 1. 



161 



1325. 

Aug. 24. 
Lanffdon. 



Aug. 28. 
Langdon, 



Aug. 24. 
Langdon. 



Aug. 24. 
Langdon. 



Aug. 26. 
Langdon. 



Aug. 26. 
Langdon. 



Aug. 15. 
Pontefract 
on Thames.] 



Aug. 16. 

Pontefract 

[on Thames.] 

Aug. 12. 

Havering atte 

Bower. 



Membrane 30 — cont. 

Protection with clause roluinus until Christmas for Robert do Wello, 
going beyond seas on the king's service. By K. 

The like for the following : — 

William le Moigne, knight. 

John de Swaveseye. 

Thomas de Saunford. 

Robert de Wassyngleye. 

William Lengleys. 

Robert de W^elle has letters nominating Henry de Welle and Robert de 
Wateby, clerk, as his attorneys until the said feast. 
The like for the following : — 

Robert de Wodehous, staying in England, nominating Adam de 
Herwynton and William Douce in Ireland for two years. 

John de Wodhull, going beyond seas with John de Scures, knight, 
nominating John de London, and Thomas de Halberton, until 
Christmas. 

Pardon to John Sturmy for acquiring in fee from Margaret Sturmy a 
moiety of the manor of Fighelden, co. Wilts, held in chief, and entering 
therein without licence ; with restitution of the same. By K. 

Whereas the said John acquired in fee from the said Margaret a moiety 
of the manor of Stapelford, co. Wilts, and the advowson of the church 
thereof, held in chief, and entered therein without licence, and whereas 
Hugh le Despenser, earl of Winchester, afterwards acquired the same in 
fee from the said John and likewise entered therein without licence : the 
king has pardoned the trespasses herein and granted that the earl shall 
have the premises again. By K. 

Grant for life to John le Scot, * trompour,' for his good service to the 
king, of a messuage, 8 acres of land, and an acre of meadow in the town 
of Pontefract and Friston, late of William le Tabourer, a rebel, which 
have come into the king's hands by forfeiture, to hold without rendering 
anything to the king. By K. 

Grant, during pleasure and good behaviour, to Nicholas Warde of the 
office of crier (proclamatorif;) before the justices assigned to hold the pleas 
before the king, which office Thomas Malemayns lately had by grant of 
the king. By K. 

Ratification of the estate of Master John de Brunham as vicar of the 
church of Aylesham, in the diocese of Norwich, to which he was 
nominated by John late bishop of Norwich, and presented by the abbot 
and convent of Battle and admitted by the bishop's vicar-general during 
the bishop's absence abroad ; and subsequently, because the bishop died 
before he was inducted into corporal possession of the vicarage, he was 
inducted thereto by Walter archbishop of Canterbury, then guardian of the 
spirituality of the said bishopric. By K. 

Protection with clause noluvius for one year for Arnold de Ispannia. 



Licence for the alienation in mortmain to the abbot and convent of 
Kirkestall, in satisfaction of 13s. id. of the 201. yearly of land and rent 
which they have the king's licence to acquire, by William son of Alexander 
de Morwvk of a messuage, a bovate and two acres of land in Allerton 



321" 



162 



CALENDAR OF PATENT ROLLS. 



1325. 



Aug. 16. 

Pontefract 

[on Thames.] 



Me^nbrane 30 — cont. 

Gledhou and by Alexander de Ledes of 2 messuages, 3 bovates and 4 acres 
of land and an acre of wood in the same town, of the fee of the abbot and 
convent, as appears by inquisition made by Simon de Grymmesby, escheator 
in the counties of York, &:c. 

The like to the dean and chapter of the church of St. Paul, London, by 
Roger de Waltham, king's clerk, of a messuage in the parish of St. Mary 
Magdalene, Eldefisshestrete, London, and 3 shops in Sopereslane in the 
parish of St. Pancras, London, held of the king, as all tenements in the 
city of London are, which are worth 8^. 6s. 8d. yearly, as appears by 
inquisition made by the sheriffs of London, to find a chaplain to celebrate 
divine service daily in the church of St. Paul for the souls of the said Roger, 
Anthony Beck, sometime patriarch of Jerusalem and bishop of Durham, 
and all the ancestors, relations, friends and benefactors of the said Roger, 
and all the faithful departed, and for his obit after his death ; in part 
satisfaction of the said Roger's licence to acquire and assign land and rent 
to that purpose to the value of 121. a year. 



Membrane 30 — [Schedule). 

July 8. Inspe.vhnus and confirmation of letters of Almari, lord of Craon, dated at 

Westminster. Fontene Bliaut, Monday after Whitsunday, 1325, whereby the said Almari, 
envoy of the duke of Brittany, announced in the name of the duke, touching 
the discord that was between the merchants, mariners and others of 
Brittany and those of England, wherein a truce was made, and then 
extended to All Saints' last, that he has renewed the said truce until next 
All Saints', in the hope of a good peace being made by John bishop of 
Norwich (Xoroi/cz) and John de Bretaigne, earl of Richmond, and Master 
William Dermine, canon of York, envoys of the king of England to 
France on behalf of the merchants, mariners and others of England ; and 
that the said Almari is bound to publish the same in Brittany, and the 
said envoys to publish it in England and Gascony, and to cause the same 
to be made known by letters to be made sealed with the respective seals of 
the duke and the king. French. 



July 20. 
Tower of 
London. 



July 20. 
Tower of 
London. 



Sept. 5. 
Dover, 



MEMBRANE 29. 

Association of Henry de Percy, John de Claverynges, and Ralph de 
Nevyll, in a commission to Robert de Umframvill, earl of Anegos, Roger 
Heroun and Roger de Horsley, with whom, in consequence of the death of 
the said earl, the king afterwards associated William Rydel and Gilbert de 
Boroughton, to keep the truce with the Scots in the county of Northumber- 
land. By K. 

[Feeder a.] 

Mandate to the four last mentioned commissioners to attend to the said 
business with the said Henry, John and Ralph. By K. 

Commission to the said Henry, John and Ralph to keep the ports, shore 
and maritime parts of the said county against invaders by land or sea, 
during the king's absence in Aquitaine. By K, 

[Fcedera, and Pari. Writs.] 

The like to Thomas Bardolf, Constantine de Mortuo Mari, Edmund de 
Hemmegrave, and John de Cove, in the counties of Norfolk and Suffolk, 
[Pari. Writs.] 



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163 



1325. 
Aug. 12. 

Pontefract 
on Thames. 



Aug. 10. 
Havering. 



Aug. 21. 
Sturry. 



Aug. 6. 

Matching 
HaU. 



Aug. 23. 
Langdon. 



Aug. 24. 
Langdon 



Aug. 26. 
Langdon. 



Aug. 28. 
Langdon. 



Membrane 29 — cnnt. 

Ratification of the estate of Master Richard de Baldok, king's clerk, as 
prebendary of Wyghton in the church of St. Peter, York, of the patronage 
of the archbishop of York, and as parson of Stebenheth, of the patronage 
of the bishop of London, notwithstanding any right of the king therein by 
reason of voidance of those sees at any time. 

Mandate to sheriffs and others to arrest all persons prosecuting 
appeals in derogation of the king's right of presentation to the vicarage of 
the church of Darthyngton, in the diocese of York, by reason of the tem- 
poralities of the priory of Pontefract being in his hands, and of his 
presentation of Roger de Corby, king's clerk, to the same. 

Licence for the alienation in mortmain by Richard de Bello, king's 
clerk, to S. bishop of London, of 36 acres of meadow in Orsete in aid of the 
maintenance of ministers serving in the church of St. Paul, London, 
according to an ordinance to be made by the said bishop. By K. 

Presentation of Henry de Appelby, parson of the church of Chevyngton, 
in the diocese of Norwich, to the church of Bolton in Airedale, in the 
diocese of Carlisle ; on an exchange of benefices with Edmund de Hoo, 
king's clerk. By p.s. 

Writ of aid until Easter, for Master Michael de Corbrygg, charged by 
the steward of the household and the keeper of the wardrobe to purvey 
hay, oats, beans and litter and other necessaries for some of the king's 
horses in their custody. 

Licence for the alienation in mortmain to the prior and convent of 
Coventre, in part satisfaction of the 10^. yearly of land and rent, which 
they have the king's licence to acquire, by Robert de Guildyntre of 2 
messuages in Coventre, by Robert de Scrapetoft of a messuage there, by 
William de Passenham of a moiety of a rood of meadow there, by William 
de W^alleford of a messuage there, by Robert de Leycestre of 7 messuages, 
a toft, 48 acres and a moiety of a virgate and of an acre of land there and 
in Sowe, Scrapetoft and Potteresmerston, and by William de Leycestre, 
canon of St. Chad's, Lichefeld, of a messuage in Coventre, all held of the 
prior and convent, by the service of 63s. 11 'i., and of the yearly value, 
beyond the said service, of 27s. 3c?. as appears by inquisition made by John 
de Bolingbrok, escheator in the counties of Warwick, &c. 

Mandate to sheriffs and others to arrest all persons prosecuting appeals 
in derogation of the king's right of presentation to the prebend of 
Pesmershe, in the chapel of Hastings, and of his presentation of Robert de 
Holden, king's clerk, to that prebend. 

The like touching his right of presentation to the church of Westrasen, 
by reason of the priory of Holy Trinity, York, being then in his hands, 
which he received by judgment of this court against the prior, and his 
presentation of John de Amwell, king's clerk, to that church. 

Protection with clause nolumus during pleasure for the abbey of 
Faveresham, which has fallen into debt ; and appointment of Stephen de 
la Dane to the custody thereof, to apply the surplus revenues to its relief 
by the advice of the abbot and prior and some of the more discreet members 
of the abbey. By K. 



MEMBRANE 28. 
Aug. 26. Ratification of a grant by Ralph de Pycheford, knight, son and heir of 

Langdon. John de Pycheford, to John Tregoz, lord of Ewyas Harald, and his heirs 



^Gl CALENDAR OF PATENT ROLLS. 



-| oi)r Membrane 28 — cont. 

of the manor of Albritone, with the advowsons of the churches of Albritone 
and Rutone, and with the knights' fees, liberties, customs, suits of courts, 
wards, rehefs, escheats, gardens, mills, stews, fisheries, stanks, meadows, 
moors, turbaries, woods, hays, ways, paths, pastures, dykes, and the free 
market [foro) and all its appurtenances lying far and near, held in chief ; and 
confirmation thereof to John de la Warre, who now holds them, and his 
heirs, as the said John and his ancestors have heretofore held them ; and 
he shall not be molested by reason of the trespass of the said John Tregoz 
in entering therein without the licence of Edward I. 

By fine of 5 marks. Sussex. 

Aug. 28. Pardon to Edmund de Pynkeneye for his adherence to Warin de Lysle, a 

Langdon, rebel, for all offences against the peace and of any consequent outlawry. 

By K. 

Aug. 28. Presentation of John de Denton, parson of the church of Lughtburgh, 

Langdon. in the diocese of Lincoln, to the church of Potton in the same diocese, in 
the king's gift by reason of the priory of St. Andrew, Northampton, being 
in his hands ; on an exchange of benefices with John Whiteglove. 

By K. on information of brother Robert de Duffeld, the king's 
confessor. 

Aug. 30. Appointment, during pleasure, of Richard de Wylughby, as chief 

Langdon. justice of the Bench, Dublin, with the usual fee. By K. 

Mandate to the justices of the said Bench to admit him. 
Mandate to the treasurer and chamberlains of the Exchequer, Dublin, 
to pay him his said fee at the usual terms. 

Aug. 30. Appointment, during pleasure of Henry de Hambury as second justice 

Langdon of the pleas following the justiciary of Ireland. By K. 

Mandate to Nicholas Fastolf to admit him. 

The like of William de Fulburn, as a baron of the Exchequer, Dublin, in 
the room of William de Moenes. By K. 

Mandate to the treasurer and barons of the said Exchequer to admit 
him. 

Aug. 28. Licence for John Mauduyt of Somerford to enfeoff Richard, parson of 

Langdon. the church of Wotton, of the manor of Whitele, co. Wilts, and the advow- 
son of the chapel of that manor, and the manor of Broghton, co. Oxford, 
and the advowson of the church of that manor, held in chief, also of a 
messuage and a carucate of land in Stanlak, and the advowson of the 
church of that town, held in chief as of the honour of Albemarle, as 
appears by inquisition made by Richard le Wayte, escheator in the counties 
of Wilts, &c., and of the remainder of a messuage and a carucate of land 
in Derneford, co. Oxford, likewise held in chief as of the said honor, as 
appears by the said inquisition, which Ralph Bluet and Florence his wife 
hold for the life of Florence, by demise of the said John ; and for Richard 
to re-grant the whole to the said John for life, with remainder to John de 
Molyns and Egidia his wife, in tail, and reversion to the right heirs of the 
said John Mauduyt. By fine of 20^. Wilts. 

Aug. 28. Grant in frank almoin to the abbot and canons of Langedon by Dovorr 

Langdon, of the Premonstratensian order, out of aftection for William, abbot of that 

place, and the canons there, of the advowson of the church of Tonge, co. 

Kent, late of Bartholomew 'de Badelesmere, a rebel, and licence for them 

to appropriate the church. By K, 



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166 



1325. 

Aug. 31. 
Langdou. 

Sept. 1. 
Laugdon . 

Aug. 30. 
Langdon. 



JSIembranc 28 — cant. 

Pardon to William de Kellawe, for the death of Hugh son of Peter de 
Saucto Augustino, 'hauberger' ; on condition that he stand his trial if any- 
one will proceed against him. By K. 

Licence for the master and brethren of the hospital of Ospreng to acquire 
land and rent to the value of lOO.s. a year of their own fee as well as of 
the fee of any other, or held of the king in ' gavelikynde.' By K. 

Pardon to Mary de Sancto Paulo, relict of Aymer de Valencia, earl of 
Pembroke, and the other executors of his will, and their mainpernors, and to 
the heirs of the earl, of all debts of him or his ancestors at the Exchequer 
or in the Wardrobe or elsewhere, except such debts as he is bound in to the 
king by surety, mainprise or recognizance, — in consideration of the release 
to the king by the said Mary of all the corn in the earl's manors and lands 
after his death for the maintenance of the king's lieges in Gascony, the earl's 
horses, studs, armour, silver plate, jewels and other goods, which came to 
the king's hands after his death, all the debts in which the king was bound 
to the earl, all her estate or term in the towns of Stamford and Grantham, 
by reason of a grant of these by the king to the earl for a term not yet 
ended, and the custodies of the lands late of John Lovel of Tychemersh and 
Gilbert de Stapeiton, in the hands of the said Mary by reason of the 
minority of the heirs, during the minority of such heirs, with their 
marriages. By K. 

Pardon to Hugh de Turplyton, knight, of his rebellion and adherence 
to Roger de Mortuo Mari and other rebels. By K. 

Grant to him, in extension of the above pardon, of his lands forfeited 
to the king by his rebellion, to hold during the king's pleasure. By K. 

Mandate to Walter de la Pulle, escheator in Ireland, to deliver them to 
him. By K. 

Mandate to the treasurer and barons of the Exchequer, Dublin, to cause 
the said lands, in w^hosesoever hands they are, to be delivered to him. 

Aug. 30. Protection for one year for John de la Marche. 



Sept. 1. 
Langdon. 

Sept. 8. 
Langdon. 



Langdon. 

Aug. 12. 
Woodford. 



Sept. 4. 
Dover. 

Sept. 2. 
Laugdon. 

Sept. 4. 
Langdon. 



Sept. 5. 
Dover. 



Pardon to William de la Pole for acquiring to him and his heirs from 
Sibyl late the wife of John de Metham, 'chivaler,' a moiety of the maoior 
of Lyndeby, which she held in chief, and entering therein without licence ; 
and licence for him to retain the same. By fine of 5 marks. 

Safe-conduct until Christmas for Joan countess of Athol, going on 
pilgrimage to the parts of Amiens, and for her men. By K. 

Protection, with clause nolumm^ for one year, for William de Werdale, 
parson of the church of Aberfrowe. 

Pardon, for a fine made by Eichard de Grey of Codenoure, to John son 
of the said Eichard and Eleanor his wife, for acquiring in fee tail from the 
said Eichard the manors of Hoo and Eylesford, co. Kent, held in chief, and 
entering therein without licence ; and licence for them to retain the same. 

By fine of 20^. 

Pardon to Simon Warde of all debts due from him at the Exchequer or 
in the Wardrobe of the time that he was sheriff of York and keeper of the 
town of Berwick on Tweed, or other minister of the king and of all other 
debts whether due of prest of the Wardrobe or for other cause ; and release 
to him of all goods taken by him from the king's enemies and rebels in the 
time of the perturbation of the realm which ought to belong to the king by 
forfeiture ; and of all accounts, arrears and actions of accounts. By K. 



166 CALENDAR OF PATENT ROLLS. 



1325. Memhrmxe 28 — cont. 

Mandate, until the Purification, to the mayors and bailiffs of Wynchelse, 
Rye, Hastynges, Pevense, Redyng and Smalhide, as often and whensoever 
they are requested by John Dyve, master of the king's ship called la 
Xicholaa which he is bringing to the king for the king's affairs, to let him 
have sufficient mariners for the sailing of the said ship when he comes to 
the said towns. By K. 



MEMBRANE 27. 

Aug. 30. Pardon to John son of Henry le Cartwright of Wadeworth for the death of 

Langdon. Roger de Emeldon and of any consequent outlawry ; on condition that he 

stand his trial if any one will proceed against him. By K. 

Aug. 21. Protection with clause volitinus until Christmas for John de Bello 

Sturry. Campo of Somersete, going with the king beyond seas on his service. 

The like for the following going with him : — 
John de Bello Campo of Ryme. 
William de Bello Campo. 
John de Draycote. 
Reginald son of Reginald. 
Richard de Bello Campo. 
Robert de Bouiz (sic). 

The like for the following : — 
John de Cherleton. 

William Corbet of Chaddesleye \ 

John de Hynkeley [ going with the said John. 

Laurence Priket J 

William Squirlebek. 
Thomas Ughtred. 

JohTdl WaleX ! ^-^-'^ thesaidThonaas. 

Stephen de Abyndon, the king's butler. 

The said Stephen has letters nominating John de Bedeford and Robert 
Fiz William as his attorneys until Christmas. 
The following have like letters : — 

Alan de Charleton, nominating William de Brymmesgrave, and Roger 

Pride of Shrewsbury. 
John de Bello Campo of Ryme, going with John de Bello Campo of 
Somersete, nominating de Brugewater, clerk. 

Protection until Christmas for the following : — 

Edmund de Kendale, going with Thomas le Blount, steward of the 

household. 
Adam de Stokk,' going with the said Edmund. 

Aug. 30. Robert de Insula. 

Langdon. 

David le Waleys \ 

Baldwin de Insula 

John Pelerym 

Edmund Peverel 

Thomas de Sancto Mauro 

John de Insula 

William de Rysh'ton 



going with the said Robert. 



/ 



19 EDWARD II.-Part 1. 167 



1 one Membrane 27 — cont. 



Aug. 21. Henry de Lancastre, carl of Leicester. By K. 

VVinghaiu. 

Edmund de Booun 

William le Blound 

John de Sancto Mauro 

Kichard de Ryvers 

Baldwin de Frevill \ going with the said earl. 

Adam de Skelton 

Master Robert de Walkynton, parson of 

the church of Elmeleye Lovet 
William Baret 

Sept. 3. William de Herlaston, clerk. 

Langdon. 

The said William has letters nominating Elias de Grymmesby and 
Richard Austyn of Herlaston the younger as his attorneys. 
The following have like letters : — 

John de Cherleton, nominating William de Holyns, clerk, and Roger 
Pryde, of Shrewsbury. 

Aug. 28. John de Hyncley, going with the said John, nominating William de 

Langdon. Holyns, clerk, and John de Styvynton. 

Laurence Priket, going in the company of the said John, nominating 
the above William and Roger. 

Thomas de Usfiet, parson of the church of Munestok, nominating 
Nicholas de Usfiet and James de Kyngeston. 

[Protection as above for the following : — ] 

John Pynnok. John de Coupelond. 

Thomas Broun. Geoffrey de Hakenesse. 

Eustace Bosom. Thomas de Corbrigg. 

John de Melford. John de Wodeford. 

John le Gay. Richard Blundel. 

John de Icham. Hugh de Bray. 

John de Broghton. John Harsyk. 

William de Fyncal. Master Pancius de Cantrone. 

Sept. 4. Percival Simeon, going with the king as above, has letters nominating 

Langdon. William de Wyke as his attorney until the said feast. 

Robert de Sapy, also going, has like letters nominating Robert de Bulleye 
and John le Clerk of B[ro]more. 

Protection as above for Robert de Monte Alto, going with the king. 
Richard de Mundevill ^ 

Cambinus Fulbert 
Hugh le Barker 
Dukerus de Alemannia 

Nicholas de Guneville ') going with the said Robert. 

Geoffrey Foun. 
John Walewayn 
Simon de la Garderobe 
Roger de Watevill J 



168 CALENDAR OF PATENT ROLLS. 



going with the said Hugh. 



]^325 Membrane 27 — cont. 

The like for the following :• — 
Hugh de Courteney. 

Stephen- de Hakcombe \ 

Hugh de Courteney the younger 
William de Cheverston 
John de Cheverston 
William de Harewell 
John de Wetherhale 
Ferand Manioun de Ispannia 
John Deverous 
Richard de Chysbech 
Thomas West. 

Walter Bever, parson of the church of Hambury by Droitwich 
[Wijchiam), going on the king's service with Henry de Lancastre, 
earl of Leicester. 

Robert de Monte Alto has letters nominating Ralph de Bokkyng and 
William Gosselyn as his attorneys. 

Sept. 5. Protection as above for Walter bishop of Exeter, going with the king's 

Dover. qqjj^ Edward, earl of Chester. 

The said bishop has letters nominating Ralph Speke and John de 
Padyngton as his attorneys. 

Protection as above, for the following, going with the said bishop : — 
Roger de Breynton, parson of the church of Aka. 
Gilbert de Keleshull, parson of the church of White Rothing. 
Roger de Breynton, parson of the church of Aka. 

Protection as above for the following, going with the king : — 
John de Chanse, ' hauberger.' 
Richard de Wynkefeld. 
Roger Bennyng, ' trumpur.* 
Blaise de Sene. 
William de Percy. 
Richard Counsedieu. 
William de London. 
William de Hemstede. 
Thomas atte Chirche. 
Thomas de Langeham. 
Richard atte Wose. 
Thomas Holbode of Wyndesore. 
John Rose of Grynewiche. 
Thomas Sprynget of Grynewiche. 
Martin Squirel of Berkyng. 
William de Brouneley. 
John le Moigne, * barkere.' 
Henry de Cantebrigg. 
Henry de Acombe 'chaufcire.' 
Robert de Kendale. 
John de Ultyng. 
Geoffrey Foun. 
John de Broghton. 

Protection as above for following, going as above : — 

Almaric la Zouche. 

Robert Bustlere ) . -lu ii. -jai 

John de Swyneford [ 8°'°^ with the said Almaric. 



19 EDWARD II.— Part 1. 109 



IQo:: Mcuibrane 27 — cont. 

Richard de Ayremynne, parson of the church of Elveleye. 

Alan de Charlefcon. 

George de Thorp. 

Richard de Plaiz. 

Peter de Eketon. 

Ansehn le Mareschal. 

John Curzon. 

Thomas de Usfiet, parson of the church of Munestok. 

William de Longeleye. 

Master John de Hildesley, parson of the church of Thynden. 

Master Adam Mirimouth. 

John de Houton, parson of the church of Posse wyk. 

Thomas de Clare, parson of the church of Alyngton. 

John de Westmancote, parson of the church of Hanyton. 

Master Henry de Cantuaria, clerk. 

Edmund le Spicer, going with the said Master Henry. 

William de Usfiet, parson of the church of Newenton. 

Master Richard de Gloucestre, clerk. 

John de Gloucestre, going with the said Richard. 

Robert de Echyngham. 

Robert de Sapy. 

Robert de Ferariis. 

John de Grey of Rotherfeld. 

John de S cures. 

Thomas Coudray. 

William de Braydeshale. 

Master John de Shordich. 

John de Felstede, ' taverner,' going with the said Master John. 

Master John de Mildenhale. 

William de Bello Campo. 

Nicholas de Oxonia, going with the said John de Shordich. 

Sept. 3. William de Monte Acuto. 

Langdon. Thomas de Langeford ) . •- u 4-1. -i-v^r-ir 

Eobert de Dumbelton | ^O'^S ^Hh the said William. 

Thomas le Blunt, steward of the household. 

James le Botiller. 

Oliver de Plokenet. 

Richard de Kenebrok, parson of the church of Ocham 

John de Chetwynde. 

John de Multon. 

John de Thynden, parson of the church of Clenefeld. 

Walter de Wynkefeld. 

John Scot, ' trompour.' 

Peter de Poleford, parson of the church of Bradenache. 

Thomas de Lyveden. 

Adam de Cokerham. 

William Bacoun. 

William de Kyngeston, parson of the church of Abboteslegh. 

Robert de Tong. 

Giles de Bello Campo. 

Walter de Botheby. 

Master John de Blebury. 

The said Master John has letters nominating Thomas de Evesham and 
John Martel as^is attorneys until the said feast 



170 CALENDAR OF PATENT ROLLS. 



-|o<r)p: Membrane 27 — cont. ' 

Protection as above for William son of William Porteref, going with 
William de Bello Canipo. 

Hugh de Courtenay the elder, going with the king, has letters nomin- 
ating Hugh son of Hugh de Courtenay and Richard de Chissebech as his 
attorneys. 

Protection as above for John de Herlaston, parson of the church of 
Normanton. 

The same John has letters nominating Thomas de Cotyngham and Elias 
de Grymmesby as his attorneys as above. 

Protection as above for the following : — 

John son of Henry le Spycer of Salisbury, going with John deCurzon. 
Peter de Saltmersh, going in the company of Henry de Bello Monte. 
t John de Lymbury \ 

John Turvill I going with the said Henry. 

Simon Croyser ) 

The same Simon has letters nominating Alexander de Stoke and William 
Trayly of Yevelden as his attorneys. 

Robert de Insula, has like letters nominating John Blundel and John de 

Welleton. 

John de Amwell, parson of the church of Westrasen, has like letters 
nominating Robert de Barton and Hamo Raven. 

Master Pancius de Controne, clerk, nominating Peregrine de Controne. 

Protection as above for the following : — 
Oliver de Burdens \ 

Henry de Bello Monte . • ,i romnanv of 



Richard de Hakenthorp, chaplain 
Henry de Ferrers 
William Marmyon 

[Membrane 27 to this point is printed in Fcedera.] 



the said Henry. 



Sept. 5. John de Amwell, parson of the church of Westrasen, has letters nominat- 

Dover. ing Robert de Barton and Hamo Raven as his attorneys as above. 

Robert de Kendale has like letters nominating Robert Bisshop. 

John de Sancto Mauro has like letters nominating Roger de Sancto 
Mauro and John de Helpston. 

Walter Bever, parson of the church of Hambury by Droitwich, going 
with Henry de Lancastre, earl of Leicester, has like letters nominating 
John Bever and Thomas Aleyn of Droitwich (de Wycli). 

Protection as above for the following : — 
Sept. 10. Master John de Shordich, going with the king's son Edward, earl of 

Dover. Chester. 

The like for the following going with the said earl : — 
Peter de Eketon. 
Thomas de Coudray. 
John de Scures. 
Robert de Echyngham. 
John de IMelton. 
Thomas Corbet. • 



19 EDWARD II.— Part 1. 



171 



1325. 



Sept. 2. 
Langdon, 



Sept. 14. 
Dover. 

Aug. 30. 
LanRdon. 



Sept. 1. 
Langdon. 



Sept. 12. 
Dover. 



Sept. 10. 

Dover. 



Sept. 16. 
Leeds. 

Sept. 13. 
Leeds. 

Sept. 17. 
Leeds. 



Sept. !• 
Langdon. 



Membrane 27 — cont. 

Gilbert Reyner, going the said I'homas Coudrjiy. 

Edward Chaundos. 

John de Felstede, ' taverner." 

George de Thorp. 

Henry de Ditton. 

John de Sakford. 

John de Molyns. 

Richard de Playz. 

John de Gloucestre. 

iVnsehn le Mareschal. 

Richard de Gloucestre. 

John Curzon. 

Blaise de Sene. 

Robert de Stangrave. 

William Godestede, going with the said Robert. 

John de Sancto Mauro. 

Baldwin de Fryvill. 

William le Blount. 

Henry de Bello Monte. 

John de Molyns has letters nominating James de Molyns and Master 
John de Salesbury as his attorneys. 

Protection with clause volumus until the Purification for Peter Bard, 
going as above on the king's service. By K. 

Writ of aid for Edward earl of Chester, the king's son, appointed during 
pleasure, guardian of the realm and the king's lieutenant there during the 
king's absence beyond seas. Vacated by surrender. 

Power to him to grant for the king licence to elect, and afterwards, the 
royal assent, when such are required. 
Vacated, 

Protection and safe-conduct until Easter for the envoys about to be sent 

by William, count of Holand and Seland and lord of Friesland, to treat 

with the king or his deputies touching damages done on both sides. 

[Foedera.] By K. 

Safe-conduct for two years for Bonus Philippi de Florencia, one of the 
king's household, whom the king is sending to Flanders, France, Provence, 
Lombardy, Tuscany and other parts on his affairs. By K. 

The like for Acheritus de Portinariis of Florence, yeoman. 

Simple protection for one year for Clement de Karnarvan, clerk. 
Protection with clause nolumus for one year for William de Honywod. 
The like for William ' the Yong.' 

MEMBRANE 26. 

Appointment, during pleasure, of Anthony de Lucy as warden of the 
counties of Cumberland and Westmoreland, during the king's absence in 
Aquitaine, to resist all those that come against the king by land or sea. 

^ By K. and C. 

The like of Edmund earl of Arundel, justice of Wales, as warden of 
the march of Wales. [l'a.rl. Writs.] 



172 



CALENDAR OP PATENT ROLLS. 



1325. 

Sept. 16. 
Leeds. 

Sept. 12. 
Dover 



Sept. 11, 
Dover. 



Sept. 10. 
Dover. 



Sept. 6. 
Dover. 



Sept. 10. 
Dover 



Sept. 11. 
Dover. 



Sept. 8. 
Dover. 

Sept. 17. 
Leeds. 



Sept. 17. 
Leeds. 



Sept. 6. 
Dover. 

Sept. 5. 
Dover. 



McDibrane 26 — cnnt. 

Protection with clause )inhi}n)(s for one year for Ralph de Stokes, parson 
of the church of Sabrichesworth. 

Pardon to Christiana late the wife of Ingelram de Gynes, for acquiring 
in fee simple from Baldwin de Gynes a moiety of the manor of Wyresdale, 
CO. Lancaster, held in chief as of the honor of Lancaster, as appears by 
inquisition made by John de Bolingbrok, escheator in the counties of 
Warwick, &c., and entering therein without licence ; with restitution of 
the same. By fine of 6 marks. 

Pardon to Peter son of Katharine de Tiryngton for the death of William 
Proo of Tiryngton ; on condition that he stand his trial if anyone wishes 
to implead him thereof. By K. 

The like to Blaise de Sene, a Lombard, for the death of John Cachegere. 

By K. 

Protection with clause voliimus for one year for Master Richard de 
Sulbnry, parson of the church of Torveye, staying on the king's service in 
the court of Rome. By K. 

Protection for one year for Thomas Destefnild, while prosecuting some 
business of the king and himself in Gernereye, Gereseye and other islands 
adjacent, and returning from the same ; and for his men, lands and goods 
in those islands. 

The like for Jordan de Maons. 

Presentation of John de Stok, king's clerk, vicar of the church of 
Gey ton in the diocese of Norwich, to the church of Deubach in the same 
diocese ; on an exchange of benefices with William de Loughtburgh. 

The like to the same William to the said vicarage of Geyton, in the 
king's gift by reason of the temporalities of the abbot of Caen being in his 
hands. 

John de Sancto Mauro, going beyond seas, has letters nominating Roger 
de Sancto Mauro and John de Helpeston as his attorneys for one year. 

By K. 

Protection with clause nolwims for one year for the abbot of St. Rade- 
gund's by Dover. 

Safe -conduct for one year for Richard Fille, master of a ship called 
La Despensev of Westminster, sent by the king to divers parts on business 
specially enjoined on them. By K. 

The like for William Lucas, master of a ship called La Elianore. 

By K. 

Protection with clause volmnns for one year for Robert de Swynburn, 
staying on the king's service in Gascony. By K. 

The like for Hugh de Trowell, clerk, staying there on the king's service 
with Nicholas de Hugate. 

Pardon to Stephen le Ferour for all felonies and trespasses, on condition 
that he stand his trial if any one wishes to proceed against him. By K. 

Pardon to Richard de Leylond for acquiring in fee simple frnm Alan de 
Distshagh a messuage and a bovate of land in Blakeburn and Berdeworth, 
held in chief as of the honour of Clyderhowe, as appears by inquisition 
made by John de Bolyngbrok, escheator in the counties of Lancaster, &c., 
and entering therein without licence : with restitution of the same. 

By fine of ^ mark. 



19 EDWARD II.— Part 1. 



178 



1325. 

July 28. 

Writtle. 



Sept. 15. 
Lenham. 

Sept. 10. 
Dover. 



Sept. 16. 
Leeds. 



Sept. 16. 
Leeds. 



Membrane 26 — cont. 

Writ de intendendo directed to the brethren and sisters of the hospital of 
St. Nicholas, Pickering, for Roger de Barneby, king's clerk, to whom the 
king granted the wardenship of the said hospital. 

Grant to the bailiffs and good men of the town of Derby of pontage for 
three years for repairs of their bridge. By p.s. 

Licence for Richard de Wyggebere to enfeoff Ingelram Berenger of two 
parts of a moiety of the manor of Ebblesbornewak, held in chief, and of 
the reversion of the other third after the death of Joan late the wife of 
William de Wygebere ; and for the said Ingelram to re-grant the same to the 
said Richard and Maud his wife for their lives, with reversion to Ingelram. 

By fine of 100.^. Wilts. 

Pardon to Maud de Nerford for acquiring in fee simple from Richard de 
Drencheston and Oliver de Redham a messuage, 43 acres and two parts of 
of 5 bovates of land, and a fourth part of a messuage in Causton, Boton, 
Brandeston, and Skeggeton, held in chief, as of the king's manors of 
Aylesham and Causton, as appears by inquisition made by John de Blomvill, 
escheator in the counties of Norfolk, &c., and entering therein without 
licence, with restitution of the same. By fine of 5 marks. Norfolk. 

Licence for the alienation in mortmain by John de Stratford of a 
messuage, 3 virgates of land, 6 acres of meadow, and 166-. of rent in 
West Stratford to a chaplain to celebrate divine service daily in the parish 
church of West Stratford for the souls of the said John and the faithful 
departed. - By fine of 5 marks. Worcester. 



Sept. 10. 
Dover. 



Sept. 2. 

Langdon 
Abbey. 

Sept. 10. 
Dover. 

Sept. 2. 
Dover. 

Sept. 10. 
Dover. 



Sept. 10. 
Dover 



MEMBRANE 25. 

(1) Grant in full right to Edward the king's first-born son, earl of 
Chester, and his heirs and successors, kings of England, of the duchy of 
Aquitaine, and of all lands vv^hich the king can hold in the realm of France, 
jurisdictions, fiefs, arriere- fiefs, &c., and all appurtenances, with reversion 
to the king in case of the earl dying first. 

TJiis charter ivas made according to a note sent by the bishop oj Winchester. 
\Fccdera,^^^ 

(2) The like to the same of the county Ponthieu and Montreuil. 

[Fcedera.''\ 

(3) Writ de intendendo for him directed to all persons in the realm of 
France, as to the duchy. [Fmlera.'] 

(4) The like to the same in the said county, as to the county. [Feeder a. 1 

(5) Grant to him and his successors, kings of England, of the duchy 
and county, to hold the duchy and lands, except the county, to him, his 
heirs and successive kings of England by hereditary right. 

(6) Grant of the same to him, and his heirs, kings of England, lawfully 
begotten of his flesh, by hereditary right, with no de intendendo clause. 



* In the transcript in Fadera the following line is omitted : after the word * deveria ' 
— et actiunes quawv niqiie que nobis competunt vel contpetere, ad nos pertinent vel pertinere 
debent vel posaent pro quibusciimque et contra quoscumque ratione seu causa dictorum 
ducatus. terrarum ac ceterarum rerum predictaruvi' — and before the words ' aut ali~ 
quarum earundem,^ 



174 



CALENDAR OF PATENT ROLLS. 



1325. 

Sept. 10. 
Dover. 



Sept. 10. 
Dover. 

Sept. 2. 
Langdon. 

Sept. 2. 
Langdon. 

Sept. 10. 
Dover. 



Membrane 25 — cotit. 

(7) Grant of the duchy in another form making the grant ' ex mera ~ 
liberalitate' m^iQQ,^ oi ^ omni jure et modo'; with the following addition: 

' natura et qnalitate tenure in eodein statu permanentibus et in nullo mutatis.'' 

(8) Writ de intendendn directed to all persons of the duchy. 

(9) Grant of the county in the latter form. 

(10) Writ de intendendo in pursuance. 

(11) Grant of the duchy, in another form, * cum omnibus et singulis 
actionibus, petitionibus,realibus,personalibus et ini.vtis, ad nos ratione dictorum 
ducatus et terrarum qualitercumque spectantibns.'' 



Sept. 10. 
Dover. 

Sept. 2. 
Langdon, 



Sept. 10. 
Langdon . 



Sept. 14. 
Dover. 



MEMBRANE 24. 

(13) Grant of the county, in the latter form. 

(14) Grant of the duchy and county, and all other lands of the king in 
France in the latter form. 

[The above 14 entries are bracketed together, ^Vacated because surrendered.'] 

(15) Letter to Charles king of France and Navarre as follows : — 

A tresexcellent prince Sir Charles, par la grace de dieu roi de France, 
de Navarre, nostre treschier frere, Edward par la meisme grace roi 
Dengleterre, seignur Dirland, et dues Daquitayne, salutz. Trescher 
frere, nous enveoms par devers vous Edward nostre trescher fuiz 
einez, vostre neveu, a qui par certeines resons, et moevementz a nous 
signifiez par vostre soor, nostre treschere compaigne, roigne Dengle- 
terre, et noz autres messages par devers vous, que nous manderent 
auxint que ceo serroit a vostre plesance et de vostre assent, nous 
avons done noz duchee de Guiene, countie de Pountif, et noz autres 
terres par de la, sicome nous vous avoms autre foitz escrit, et sicome 
piert par noz lettres overtes queles il en ad et purra moustrer a vostre 
hautesce, pour faire a vous homage, et ce que en apertient ; et en sa 
compaignie lonorable.pier en Dieu levesque Dexcestre et nostre cher 
et foial Henri de Beaumond. Si vous prioms affectuousement, 
trescher et tresamez frere, que vous voilletz avoir nostre dit fuiz 
especialment recom^andez a vostre grace, et lui a ces choses benigne- 
ment receivre et en totes ses busoignes par devers vous gracious- 
ment et briefment esploiter, et les ditz Evesque et Henri es choses 
qil vous dirront et requerront de per nous, bonement entendre et 
pleine foi doner ; et qil vous pleise nostre dite compaigne et nostre 
dit fuiz et noz autres messages per de la favorablement od gracious- 
esploit toust delivrer. Donne a Dovorr', le x jour de Septembre. 
Memorandum that this letter was patent, and a like letter, word for word, 
was directed to the said king of France under the great seal and was close. 

(16) Appointment, during pleasure, of J. bishop of Winchester, Walter 
bishop of Exeter, and Henry de Bello Monte, knight, as guardians of the 
said Edward, going to do homage as above. 

(17) Power to the said Edward to appoint J. de Wisam, or, if he cannot 
attend, Ralph de Cobham, or, if he cannot attend, whomsoever Queen 
Isabel and J. bishop of Winchester, W. bishop of Exeter, and Henry de 
Bello Campo may nominate, as seneschal of the duchy, and John Travers, 
king's clerk, as constable of Bordeaux. 



19 EDWARD II.— Part 1, 



175 



1325. 



Sept. 11. 
Dover. 



Sept. 11 
Dover. 



Sept. 10. 
Dover. 



Sept. 2. 

Langdon 

Abbey. 

Sept. 10. 
Dover. 



Sept. 2. 
LanRdon, 



Membrane 21 — cont. 

(18) The like to the said Edward to appoint a seneschal of Ponthieu and 
Montreuil on the nomination of the said queen, bishops and Henry. 

(19) Power to the said queen and others last mentioned to receive into 
the king.'s peace all those who have been or are against him as adherents of 
the French, and to release to them what pertains to the king for the same. 

[The last four entries are bracketed, ' Vacated became surrendered.'] 

(20) Notification to all persons that the king remits any rancour which 
he conceived against the king of France by reason of their late discord, 
saving his right in all things. 

Memorandum, that W. bishop of Exeter, did not bring back a like letter 
of the king of France remitting his rancour, but said that the same letter' 
remained in the custody of William de Cusancia. 

(21) Grant to the king's son Edward of the duchy of Aquitaine, word 
for word as in the first grant. 

This charter ivas made according to a note sent to the chancellor by the 
bishop of Exeter. 

Writ de intendendo directed to archbishops and others as above in the 
other letters. 

(22) Grant of the county, word for word as in the first grant. 
Tliis charter was made in like manner. 

W^rit de intendendo in pursuance directed to archbishops and others. 

(23) Grant of the duchy, word for word as in the form including actions 
(the last on membrane 25). 

This charter was made in like manner. 

Writ de intendendo directed to archbishops and others. 

27/ zs charter u-as made in like manner. 

(24) Grant of the county, word for word as in the form including actions 
(as above). 

Writ de intendendo directed to archbishops and others. 



MEMBRANE 23. 

Sept. 10. (25) Grant of the duchy and county and all other lands of the king in 
Dover. France, word for word as in the 6th entry. 
Writ de intendendo. 

Sept. 10. (26) Grant of the duchy, word for word like the 7th entry above. 
Dover. Writ de intendendo. 

Sept. 2. (27) Grant of the county, word for word as in the 8th entry above. 

Langdon. Writ de intendendo. 

[The entries 21 to 27 are bracketed, ' Vacated because surrendered.''] 
Memorandum, on 12 Sep. 19 Edward I, Edward the king's first-born, 
earl of Chester, to whom the king by charter gave the duchy of Aquitaine, 
the county of Ponthieu and Montreuil and all the lands which he had in 
the realm of France, embarked {transfretavit) in the port of Dover for parts 
beyond the seas to do his homage to the king of France for the same. 



MEMBRANE 22. 

Sept. 12. Grant to the mayor, bailiffs and good men of the town of Dover of murage 

Dover. for three years, to be taken by the hands of Nicholas son of Thomas Larcher 
and Thomas le Keu. 



176 



CALENDAR OF PATENT ROLLS. 



1325. Membrane 22 — cont. 

Sept. 30. Presentation of Richard de Okynchale to the church of Teynton, in the^ 
Maresfield. diocese of Lincohi, in the king's gift by reason of the temporalities of the 
priory of Derhurst being in the king's hands. 

Sept. 26. Protection with clause volumus for one year for John de Brian of 
Maresfield. Bentelwode, hermit. 

Oct. 1. Signification to W. archbishop of Canterbury of the royal assent to the 

Chiddingley. election of John Ive, sub-prior of St. Saviour's, Faversham, to be abbot of 

that house. By p.s. 

Oct. 4. Master Walter de Istlep, clerk, treasurer of Ireland, staying in 

Grinstead, Ireland, has letters nominating Peter Clement and John Renaud as his 
attorneys for two years. 

Oct. 4. Protection with clause nolumus for one year for the master of the 

Grinstead. hospital of St. Bartholomew, Smythefeld, London. 

Sept. 15. Protection with clause volumus until Christmas for Master John de 
Dover. Bruyton, going beyond seas on the king's service. 
The like until Christmas for the following : — 

William Peytevyn, going with the said Master John. 
Richard de Sowy. 
John Bacoun. 
Rosfer de Ewe. 

Pardon to Gilbert de Alne of his outlawry in the county of Oxford, for 
not appearing before John de Stonore and his fellows, to answer touching 
a plea of trespass of John de Haulou ; on condition that he surrender 
forthwith to prison in that county and stand his trial if the said John 
wishes to proceed against him. By p.s. 

Protection with clause volumiis for one year for Henry de Hambury, 
staying in Ireland on the king's service. 

The like for John de Dun ton, staying in Gascony on the king's service 
with Ralph de Basset. 

Licence for Richard le Chaumberleyn to enfeoff John de Kerseye, chaplain, 
of a messuage, 60 acres of land, 10 acres of meadow, 20 acres of pasture, 8 
acres of wood and 40.s'. of rent in Stokeneylond, Hegham and Shelleye, held 
in chief as of the honor of Reylleye, as appears by inquisition made by John 
de Blomvill, escheator in the counties of Norfolk, &c.; and for the latter to 
re-grant the same to the said Richard and Eleanor his wife and the heirs 
of Richard. By fine of 5 marks. Suffolk. 

Oct. 4. Grant for life to Robert de Holden of the custody of the House of 

Grinstead. Converts, in the suburb of London. By p.s.. 

Writ de intendendo directed to the converts. 
Mandate to the sheriffs of London to induct him into corporal possession. 

Sept. 23. Charter in favour of the abbot and convent of Beggeham granting them 
Maresfield. a market and a fair as granted in their charter of 6 March, 35 Henry III, 
notwithstanding that they have not used the latter charter. By p.s. 

Vacated because on the Charter lioll. 

Oct. 12. Pardon to William de Kurtlyngton, abbot of Westminster, for the death 

Westminster, of Roger de Alomali, stonemason of the chapel of the king's palace of 
Westminster, for receiving Peter Page and others, accused of aiding and 
abetting that death, and for ordering, counselling, aiding, abetting and 
assenting unto the death ; on condition that he stand his trial if anyone 
will proceed against him. By K. 



Oct. 3. 
Maresfield. 



Oct. 6. 

Banstead. 



July 10. 
Westminster. 



19 EDWARD II.— P.VRT 1. 



177 



1325. 

Oct. 13. 
Westminster. 



Oct. IS. 

Westminster. 



Oct. 12. 

Westminster. 

Oct. 14. 

Westminster. 

Oct. 10. 

Westminster. 



Oct. 16. 

Sheen. 



Mcnihravr 22— eont. 

Presentation of Master Hamo de Cessay to the church of Bachyngton (sic) 
by Shorham, in the diocese of Chichester, in the king's gift by reason of 
the temporalities of the priory of Lewes being in his hands. 

The like of Robert de Hemyngburgh to the church of Pyryton, in the 
diocese of Worcester, in the king's gift by reason of his custody of the 
land and lieir of Guy de Bello Campo, earl of Warwick, tenant in chief. 

Licence for the alienation in mortmain by Philip Mody, chaplain, to the 
prior and convent of St. Swithun's, AVinchester, of a messuage in 
Winchester, held of the priory, as appears by inquisition made by Richard 
le Wayte, escheator in the counties of Southampton, &c., to hold in 
satisfaction of S-s. of the 501. yearly of land and rent which they have the 
king's licence to acquire. 

Grant to Master Simon de Clare, king's clerk, of the deanery of Subbirie, 
in the king's gift by reason of the voidance of the bishopric of Norwich. 

Presentation of John de Wyverthorp to the church of All Saints, 
Walyngford, in the diocese of Salisbury. 

Licence for Stephen Loveraz to enfeoff Ingelram Berenger of tv/o parts 
of one moiety of the manor of Mordon, held in chief, and of the remainder 
of the third part thereof after the death of Margaret wife of James de 
Molyns, who holds the same in dower ; and for the latter to re-grant the 
same to the said Stephen and Alice his wife for their lives, with reversion 
to the said Ingelram. By fine of 6 marks. 

Grant for life to Master John de Shordich, king's clerk, of the manor of 
Passenham, co. Northampton, late of Thomas earl of Lancaster, rebel, and 
an escheat by his forfeiture, with reversion to the king ; and if for any 
reason the kinc: wishes to resume the said manor the sa,id John shall not 
be removed until he be provided for life with land and rent to the value of 
40?. a year. By K. 



MEMBRANE 21. 

Sept. 15. Inspeximiis and confirmation of letters of Walter archbishop of Canter- 
Leeds, bury, dated at Canterbury on 4 January, 1321, confirming the following 
ordinances dated in the chapter on 16 February, 1319, made by Henry, the 
prior, and the chapter of Christchurch, Canterbury, assigning for the main- 
tenance of 6 priests to celebrate the canonical hours and masses daily in the 
new cha2:>el of St. Mary in their almonry for the souls of Edward I, Edward 
II, and his children, Lanf ranc, and Robert de Wynchelese, of blessed memory, 
sometime archbishops of Canterbury, the successors of the archbishops, and 
for themselves and their successors and benefactors, alive and dead, two 
liveries called liveries of Lanfranc, now vacant, and four others as these fall 
in, they taking by the hands of the almoner, from the cellar, to wit, for every 
livery daily a loaf of the m.onks' bread, a gallon and a half of the monks' 
ale, or lh<l. from their treasury for the said ale if it happen that the convent 
drink wine in common ; and from the said treasury for the whole year for 
every said priest 30.s. 4f/. by equal portions for their kitchen, and 20s. for 
clothing and shoes, the clothing to be of one and the same colour. The 
almoner, moreover, out of the said goods and out of the obventions arising 
at the said chapel and other goods belonging to the almonry, shall provide 
sufficient light in the said chapel, and the said priests with fitting food and 
drink and other necessaries at their table, which shall be kept separate from 
the common table of the household. No priest shall be admitted or 



J217 



M 



178 



CALENDAR OF PATENT ROLLS. 



325. 



Oct. 10. 

Westminster, 



Oct. 11. 

Westminster. 



Sept. 17. 
Leeds. 



Oct. 16. 

Leeds. 



Sept. 14. 
Wye. 

Sept. 16. 
Leeds. 



Sept. 14. 
Leeds. 



Membrane 21 — cont. 

removed from the said chantry but by the assent of the prior with the 
counsel of the chapter, or of the president if the priory is void or the prior 
abroad. All the priests shall be equal and fellows in chamber and table, 
and none shall be extolled over others unless he excel in behaviour 
and deserts. No clerk shall remain more than three months in the 
almonry, unless being instructed in ecclesiastical offices he can read 
and sing. The sub-prior, with one of the elder brethren, shall at least 
twice a year survey and examine the chapel and persons, books, chalices, 
vestments and ecclesiastical ornaments of the chapel, and in all that he 
find in want of reformation forthwith enjoin the almoner to repair the 
same, and if the almoner be negligent the said two brethren shall do this 
at his cost. The manner in which the priests shall celebrate the divine 
office in the said chapel has been delivered to them in writing. 

Protection with clause voliiiniis until Easter for William Gerald, ' chaun- 
deler,' staying on the king's service beyond seas with Queen Isabel. 

By testimony of the queen. 

John de Bohoun, of Midhurst, staying in England, has letters nominat- 
ing Simon le Archer as his attorney in Ireland for two years. 

Protection with clause vohnnus until Easter for Robert de Staunton, 
staying as above with Queen Isabel. 
The like for William Gerald. 

Thomas de Cantuaria and x\lexander de Hegham, monks of Faversham, 
brmging news of the resignation of John Orfreiser, their abbot, have letters 
for the prior and convent of licence to elect. By K. 

Pardon to John Flavel of Cicestre of his abjuration of the realm and for 
breaking out of prison, after being taken by Peter de Worldham, late sheriff 
of Sussex, on suspicion of counterfeiting the king's seal at Cicestre and 
detained therein and fleeing to the church of Holy Trinity, Cicestre, to 
obtain sanctuary ; on condition that he surrender forthwith to prison and 
stand his trial if the king will proceed against him for the said counter- 
feiting. By K. 

Licence for John de Cherleton to crenellate his house in the town of 
Shrewsbury. , By p.s. 

Pardon to Lenota late the wife of Roger le Broun, who was in custody in 
the king's prison of Estderham on a charge of receiving William atte Hull, 
indicted in the county of Norfolk of the death of Agnes Coleman and other 
felonies, and broke out of such prison and fled to the church of Estderham 
for sanctuary, and there on that account afterwards abjured the realm, of 
the said abjuration, receiving, and breaking prison ; on condition that she 
surrender forthwith to prison and stand her trial if anyone will proceed 
against her for the said receiving. 

Protection with clause volumus for one year for Stephen de Segrave, 
staying in the duchy of Aquitaine with John de Segrave. 

The like for the following : — 

John de Haustede, staying on the king's service in Gascony. 
Reginald de Mohun. 
John Travers. 



19 EDWARD II.— Part 1. 



179 



-loot; Membrane 21 — eont. 

Oct. 12. Protection with clause nolumus for one year for Baldwin de Cave, parson 

Westminster, of the church of Beruby. 

The like for the following : — 

William de Burton, merchant of Beverley. 

Oct. 11. Alexander son of Elias le Callere, of Walleworth, and Elias his 

Westminster. brother. 



Protection with clause voliDnus until Christmas for George de Brigh- 



Oct. 11. 

Westminster, merston, staying in the duchy on the king's service with Oliver de 
Ingham. 



Sept. 16. 
Leeds. 



Sept. 28. 
INraresfield. 



Sept. 22. 
Maresfield. 



Sept. 24. 
Tonbridge. 



Sept. 24. 
Maresfield. 



Sept. 23. 
Maresfield. 



Sept. 16. 
Leeds. 



Sept. 23. 
Maresfield. 



Sept. 28. 
Maresfield, 



Protection with clause nu/amiis for two years for the master and 
brethren of the hospital of St. Thomas the Martyr of Aeon, London, and 
their attorneys, collecting alms in churches. The king's bailiffs are to 
arrest any unauthorized persons collecting in their name. 

Brunettus de Judico, prebendary of Brauncton in the church of St. Mary, 
Lincoln, staying in the court of Rome, has letters nominating John de 
Pinibus, archdeacon of Bazas, and Peter Veaurelli as his attorneys in 
England for two years. 

Licence for William Gernoun to grant to John de Bosco and Petronilla 
his wife and the heirs of the said John two parts of 150 acres of land, 4 
acres of meadow and 12 acres of wood, in Tolleshunt Tregoz, held in chief, 
as of the honor of.Peverel, as appears by inquisition made by John de 
Blounvill, escheator in the counties of Norfolk, etc., and of the remainder 
of the third part thereof after the death of Elizabeth wife ot John le 
Neuman, who holds it in dower. By fine of il. 

William, abbot of St. Ivatherine's without Rouen, staying beyond seas, has 
letters nominating Robert de Abbacia and William Bisshop the younger as 
his attorneys in England for three years. By fine of 40s. Middlesex. 

Presentation of William de Hikelyng, to the church of Hertfeld, in the 
diocese of Chichester, in the king's gift by reason of the temporalities of 
the abbot of Grestain being in his hands. By p.s. 

Protection with clause nolumus for one year for the abbey of Tavistok, 
which is of the king's patronage, as the same is now without a pastor, and 
he has granted the custody of the temporalities thereof to the prior and 
convent, and for the prior and convent, their men, lands, rents and 
possessions. 

Licence for Richard le Chaumberleyn of Stokeneylond and Eleanor his 
wife to grant in fee tail to Reginald Snarry of Assyndon, Albreda his wife, 
Robert their son, and the heirs of Robert, a messuage, 84 acres of land, 
7 acres of wood, 68 acres of marsh, and 7-s.4d. of rent in Assyndon, Reylegh 
and Fambregg, held in chief as of the honor of Reylegh, as appears by 
inquisition m.ade by John de Blounvill, escheator in the counties of Essex, &c., 
with remainder to the right heirs of Reginald. By fine of 100s. Essex. 

Robert de Welle, knight, staying in England, has letters nominating 
John de Swaveseye and John de Aldewyncle as his attorneys in Ireland for 
one year. 

Protection with clause nolumus for one year for John de Swavesey. 
The like for John de Borham, clerk. 



180 



CALENDAR OF PATENT ROLLS. 



1325. 

Sept. 25. 
Maresfield. 

Oct. 9. 

Banstead. 

Oct. 17. 
Sheen. 



Membrane 21 — ccmt. 

Protection with clause volnmus until Christmas for John de Crumbwell, 
staying beyond seas on the king's service with Queen Isabel. By K. 

Pardon to Asselinus Simoneti, merchant of Lucca, for the death of John 
Cachegere ; on the usual condition. By p.s. 

Licence for Edmund de Catefeld, to whom the king has granted for life 
the custody of the smaller piece of the seal for the recognisances of debts 
in the city of Norwich, to appoint Edmund de Mulkberton as his substi- 
tute. 



MEMBRANE 20. 

Oct. 12. Licence for Hugh de Kernetby to enfeoff John de Horneby and Edmund 

Westminster, cle Horneby and the heirs of John of a toft, 3 acres of land, and 2 acres of 
meadow in Claghton in Lonesdale, and of a moiety of the manor of 
Claghton in Lonesdale, held in chief as of the honor of Lancaster, as 
appears by inquisition made by John de Bolyngbrok, escheator in the 
counties of Warwick, &c. By fine of 20.s'. 

Licence for the alienation in mortmain by Robert de Cumberton of 
Cantebrigge of 3 messuages and 4 acres of land in Cantebrigge, to a 
chaplain to celebrate divine service daily at the altar of St. Mary in the 
parish church of St. Peter without Trumpetonegates, Cambridge, for the 
souls of the said Robert, Emma his wife, his father and mother, brothers 
and sisters, and ancestors, Sabina Asshelof, and the faithful departed. 

By fine of 405. 

The like by Walter son of Alexander de Thrykyngham of a messuage, 
27 acres of land, 5 acres of meadow, and 8.s. of rent in Trikyngham, and 
Haydore, to a chaplain to celebrate divine service daily in the church of 
Trykyngham for the good estate of the said Walter and Lambert de 
Thrykyngham, for their souls when they are dead and for the souls of the 
father and mother of Walter and the faithful departed. By fine of 50.s. 

Oct. 11. Pardon to Thomas de Bleseby for acquiring in fee from Peter Robayn 

Westminster, the manor of Kaylesthorp held in chief, and entering therein without 

licence ; and licence for him to retain the same. By fine of 10/. 

Oct. 20. Protection with clause volnmus for one year for Giles Despaigne, yeoman, 

Cippenham. going on the king's service to Spain. By K. 

The like until Easter for the following, staying in Gascony on the king's 
service : — 
Oct. 17. Roger de Okovere. 

Sheen. Nicholas de Langeford. 

Protection with clause nolmnm for one year for Robert de Poklyngton 
parson of the church of Ribbescestre. 

Oct. 12. Protection with clause volnmus until Easter for Fulk son of Warin, 

Westminster, staying beyond the seas on the king's service. 

Oct. 18. The prior of Lancthony by Gloucestre, staying in England, has letters 

Sheen. nominating Walter de Piryton and Richard de Gret Olre as his attorneys 
in Ireland for two years. 

Oct. 20. Peter de Uvedale, staying in Gascony on the king's service, has the like, 

Cippenham. nominating Walter de Pynho and William de Wyk', clerk, in England for 
one year. 



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181 



1325. 

Oct. 12. 

Westminster. 



Oct. 6. 

Banstead, 



Oct. 12. 

Westminster. 



Oct. 17. 

Sheen. 
Oct. 16. 

Sheen. 

Oct. 23. 

Cippenham. 

Oct. 20. 
Cippenham. 

Oct. 17. 

Sheen. 

Oct. 17. 
Sheen. 



Oct. 21. 

Cippenham. 



Oct. 22. 

Cippenham, 



Membrane 20 — cont» 

Pardon to Richard de Aldeburgh for acquiring in fee from John son of 
Alan de Walkyngham the manor of Hundeburton and 2 messuages and 4 
borates of land in Mildeby, held in chief as of the honor of Knaresburgh, 
as appears by inquisition made by Simon de Grymmesby, escheator in the 
counties of York, &c., and entering therein without licence ; and licence for 
him to retain the same. By fine of 40s. 

Licence for the alienation in mortmain by William de Northo of a 
messuage, a virgate of land, and 60s. of rent, in Edburghton, Suthwyk, 
and New Shorham, to a chaplain to celebrate divine service daily in the 
church of St. Andrew, Edburghton, for the good estate of the said William 
and Christiana his wife, for their souls after death, and for the souls of 
Olive sometime wife of the said William and the faithful departed. 

By p.s. 

Protection with clause volumus until Midsummer for Master Peter de 
Galiciano, going beyond seas on the king's service. By K. 

The like for the following going with him : — 
Peter de Loupes Manioun de Ispannia. 
Ferrand Manion de Ispannia. 

The like for one year for Nicholas de Hugate, provost of the church of 
St. John, Beverley, staying beyond seas on the king's service. 

Safe-conduct until Midsummer for Master Peter de Galiciano, king's 
clerk, going as abov^. 

Protection with clause nolinmis for one year for the prior of the new 
hospital of St. Mary without Bisshopesgate, London. 

The like for Adam de Cortenhale. 

Nicholas de Hugate, the above provost, has letters nominating Richard 
de Wetewang as his attorney for one year. 

Protection with clffuse nolumus for one year for John de Pomeriis, prior 
of Andevre, in the diocese of Winchester, as he was born of the duchy [of 
Aquitaine] and is not of affinity or confederacy with the king of France. 

Confirmation of a grant for life by Thomas Larcher, prior of the Hospital 
of St. John of Jerusalem in England, and the brethren of that house to 
Thomas de Sibethorp, king's clerk, of the manor of Flauflore and all the 
lands belonging to it in the counties of Lincoln and Nottingham, also of 
Ih carucate, 1 virgate of land, and 6 acres of meadow there and in the 
town of Barneby, also of 2 water-mills in the town of Bekyngham, with the 
houses, rents, meadows, feedings, pastures, moors, commons, ways, paths, 
parks, woods, stews, fisheries, warrens, liberties, free customs, and aU other 
things belonging to the said manor, lands and mills ; and grant to him for 
life, of more abundant grace, of free warren in all the demesne lands of the 
said manor in the said counties, so that none may enter those lands to 
course thereon or take anything belonging to warren without his licence, 
under forfeiture of lOZ. By R. 

Pardon to Arnold de Mounteny for aquiring for life from Richard de 
Grey of Codenouere 8 marks of rent in Estweyt, held in chief as of the 
honor of Peverel, as appears by inquisition made by John de Bolyngbrok, 
escheator in the counties of Warwick, &c., and entering therein without 
licence ; and restitution of the same to him. By fine of 8 marks. 



182 



CALENDAR OF PATENT ROLLS. 



1326. 

Oct. 2S. 

Cippenhaui. 



Oct. 18. 

Sheen, 



Oct. 25. 
Cippenham. 

Oct. 22. 
Cippenham. 



Membrane 20 — cont. 

Licence for the alienation in mortmain by Thomas de Sibethorp, king's 
clerk, of 2 messuages, a toft, 60 acres of land and 10 acres of meadow in 
Hokesworth and Aslacton to a chaplain to celebrate divine service daily in 
a chapel newly built by him on the north side of the church of St. Peter, 
Sibethorp, in honour of the Virgin Mary, St. John the Baptist and St. 
Thomas the Martyr, for the good estate of the said Thomas and for his soul 
after death, and for the souls of his father, mother, brothers, sisters, 
ancestors and heirs, Simon de Sibethorp, William and Reginald his sons, 
Geoffrey le Clerk and Isabel his wife, and the faithful departed, as the said 
Thomas shall ordain ; also of the reversion of a messuage, 12 acres of land, 
and J-3 acres of meadow in Sibethorp and Sireston expectant on the demise 
of Thomas son of Geoffrey le Clerk of Sibethorp. 

The like by the said Thomas and William le Mareschal of Sibethorp, of 
3 messuages, 3 bovates, and 50 acres of land, 20 acres of meadow, and 
lO-s. of rent in Sibethorp, Sireston, Eyliston, Aslacton, and Thurverton to 
John Notebroun, chaplain of a chantry ordained by the said Thomas in the 
said chapel, to celebrate divine service daily for their good estate during life, 
for their souls after death, and for the souls of Maud mother of the said 
Thomas, the brothers, sisters and ancestors of the said Thomas and Simon 
de Sibethorp, William and Reginald his sons, Geoffrey le Clerk and Alice 
his wife, and William, Henry, Thomas- and 'Margery their children. 

Presentation of Walter de Northfeld to the church of Great Lynford in 
the diocese of Lincoln, void by the resignation of Thomas de Heselwode, 
the last rector, and in the king's gift by reason of his custody of the land 
and heir of Edmund le Botiller of Ireland, tenant in chief. 

Protection with clause volumus for one year for John Darcy ' le neveu ' 
staying in Ireland on the king's service. 

Nicholas de Verdon, staying in Ireland, has letters nominating John de 
Morton as his attorney in England for two years. 



MEMBRANE 19. 

Oct. 21. Licence for John de Sudle to grant to Edmund son of William de Bere- 

Cippenham. ford, the reversion of the manor of Derset, co. Warwick, held in chief, now 
held for life by the said William, to hold for his life. 

Oct. 26. Licence for Roger de Chaderton to enfeoff Roger son of Roger de Chaderton, 

Cippenham. of a messuage, 12 acres of land and 4 acres of meadow in Totyngton, held 

in chief as of the honor of Totyngton, which is in the king's hands, as 

appears by inquisition made by John de Bolyngbrok, escheator in the 

counties of Warwick, &c. By line of 10a. 

Oct. 3. Pardon to Gilbert de Alne of his outlawry in the county of Oxford for 

Marestield. non-appearance before John de Stonore and his fellows, justices of oyer and 

termmer, touching some trespasses of the said Gilbert and others against the 

king, to answer touching the same, on condition that he surrender to Oxford 

prison. By p.s. 

Oct. 30. Protection with clause nolumus for one year for Simon, vicar of the 

Cippenham church of Westhamme. 

John de Haustede, staying beyond seas on the king's service, has letters 
nominating Donatus de Stretford as his attorney until Easter. 



19 EDWARD IL— Part 1. 



183 



1325. 

Nov. 4. 

Cippenham. 



Nov. 6. 

Cippenham. 

Nov. 5. 
Cippenham. 



Memhrmie 19 — cent. 



ih 



Nov. 1. 
Cippenham. 



Nov. 1. 
Cippenham. 



Nov. 1. 
Cippenham. 



Oct. 28. 

Cippenham. 



Oct. 20. 

Cippenham, 



John de Britannia, eaii of Richemund, has the like nominating Gerard 
de Cusancia, clerk, and Richard de Crek, as his attorneys until Christmas. 

Protection with clause volumiis until Christmas for the said earl. By K. 

The like for one year for Master Maurice de Waledene, parson of the 
church of Farnham, going to Ireland on the king's service. By K. 

/nspeximus and confirmation'^of a writing enrolled on the De Banco Rolls 
of Edward I, dated on the morrow of the Ascension, 27 Edward I, whereby 
Adam son of Thomas de Bockyngg of St. Edmund's quit-claimed to Hervey 
de Staunton, clerk, and his heirs, his right in the town and suburb of 
St. Edmunds, to wit, whatever he had in demesne and service and also in 
reversion of the tenements which Margery his mother formerly held in 
dower of his inheritance. 

Protection for one year for Master Simon de Dallyng and Nicholas 
Porchet of Walsingham, who by the kmg's command are prosecuting his 
business before Walter de Norwyco, Robert Baynard, John de Ingham, 
Thomas de Hyndryngham, and John Claver, appointed to enquire by jury 
of the counties of Norfolk and Suffolk, touching trespasses, felonies, 
damages, excesses, oppressions and crimes in those counties ; and for their 
men and possessions. By K. 

The like for Thomas de Jernemuta of Lenn, prosecuting the said 
business. By K. 

Presentation of Reginald de Evesham, king's clerk, parson of the church 
of Depeden in the diocese of London,, to the church of Kyselyngbury, in 
the diocese of Lincoln, in the king's gift by reason of the lands late of 
Warin de Insula being in his hands ; on an exchange of benefices with 
Thomas de Flore. By p.s. 

The like to the said Thomas de Flore to the said church of Depeden, in 
the king's gift by reason of the lands late of Humphrey de Bohun, earl of 
Hereford and Essex, being in his hands. By p.s. 

Licence for the alienation in mortmain by Henry de Perbalt, clerk, to 
the abbot and convent of Burscogh, of 2 messuages, 14 acres of land, 2 acres 
of meadow, and 20 acres of pasture in Ellale, not held in chief, ds appears 
by inquisition made by John de Bolyngbrok, escheator in the counties of 
Warwick, kc, to hold in satisfaction of 13.s. 4rf. of the 20 marks yearly of 
land and rent which they have the king's licence to acquire. 

W'rit of aid for Hugh de Corps, Guy de Mawy and Giles de Miripoys, 
king's Serjeants at arms, whom the king is sending to bring John Bruaunt 
and John de Monemouth to the castle of Berkele, and John Colepeper and 
Adam de Way to the castle of Gloucestre, and William Bowet to the castle 
of Hereford, for safe custody by the constables of the said castles in the 
prisons thereof. By K. 

Power to John bishop of Winchester and John de Britannia, earl of 
Richemund, to prorogue the truce with John duke of Brittany, the king's 
kinsman, for one year from All Saints' Day. By K. 

Mandate to the bishop, if they prorogue the same, and the duke make 
public proclamation thereof within his power, to certify the king thereof by 
letter that he may cause the same to be likewise proclaimed and observed 
within his realm. 

Memorandum, that this patent was delivered by the Chancellor to John de 
Molyns w^ith a certain letter close to take to the bishop. [Fcedera.] 



184 



CALENDAR OF PATENT ROLLS. . 



1325. 

Nov. 8. 
Cippenhain. 



Nov. 8. 
Cippenham. 



Nov. 6. 
Cippeuham. 



Nov. 11. 

Cippenham. 

Nov. 11. 
Cippenham. 



Membrane 19 — cunt. 

Mandate to John de Sturmy, admiral of the fleet from the mouth of the 
Thames to the Northern parts, who was ordered to cause all 'ships in his 
bailiwick to be fitted out and detained in certain ports, to release them, 
keeping, however, sufficient for the king's service in case of need, at his 
discretion. By p.s. 

\ acated because on the Close Boll. [Fodder a. 1 

Notification to Otto de Grandisono, keeper of the Islands of Gernereye, 
Jereseye, Serk, and Aureneye, or his lieutenant in Gernereye, that the king 
has pardoned Simon de Monte, of that island, of the king's suit in the court 
of the said island before the said Otto by reason of 8 coneys taken by him 
in the parish of Holy Trinity there, by reason whereof 10/. of money 
current in the isle were required of him for the king ; and mandate to the 
said keeper to release to him any distraints made on his lands or goods on 



that account 



By p.s. 



Pardon of the trespasses of Peter de Ponchardon in lately acquiring in 
fee from Oliver de Ponchardon, 6 messuages, 5 virgates of the land, 100 
acres of wood, 200 acres of pasture, and 48s. 1^/. of rent, in Facoumbe, and 
la Strete held in chief, and of Florencia de Ponchardon, Henry de 
Ponchardon, and Giles de Ponchardon in acquiring the same in fee from 
him, and entering into the same without licence ; and licence for the latter 
to retain the same. By fine of 6 marks. 

Protection with clause noluums for one year for the abbot of Benedon. 

Licence for John de Erie to grant for their lives to Humphrey de la 
Rokele and Maud his wife the manor of Erie, held in chief. 

By fine of 10 marks. Berks. 



MEMBRANE 18. 

Oct. 16. Writ de intendcndo for John de Thornegge, whom Benedict de Folsham, 

Sheen. king's Serjeant and chief butler, has deputed during his pleasure to exercise 
the office in the port of Lenne. 

' The like for the following deputies in the ports specified : — . 

Richard Wybert, Sandwich. 
John Kary, Bristol. 
Oliver Matheu, county of Cornwall. 
Stephen Athelard, Winchelse. 
John de Barton, Kyngeston upon Hull. 
John Maunte, Portesmouth. 
John de Tumby, Boston. 
Richard le Seler, county of Devon. 

Richard de Emeldon, Newcastle on Tyne, Hertilpol and Yarum. 
James Beauflour, London. 
Gilbert Robert, Ipswich. 

William Vivien, Seford, Sboram and Cicestre. 
Henry de Lym, Suthampton. 
Herman Bretoun Jernemuth. 
William de Brumfeld, counties of Somerset and Dorset. 

Oct. 18. Licence for Thomas Bisshop of Weston to grant in tail to Geoffrey 

Sheen. Birisho'p and Isabel his wife a messuage and a virgate of land in Weston 
Underegge, held in chief, with reversion to Thomas and his heirs. 

By fine of 206-. 



19 EDWARD 11.— rAiiT 1. 



185 



1325. 

Oct. 2-1. 
Cippenham. 



Oct. 22. 
Cippenham. 



Oct. 29. 

Cippenham. 

Oct. 21. 
Cippenham. 

Oct. 20. 

Cippenham. 



Oct. 28. 
Cippenham. 

Oct. 14. 
Sheen. 



Oct. 28. 
Cippenham. 



Oct. 25. 

Cippenham. 



Oct. 24. 
Cippenham. 



Membrane 18 — cont. 

Pardon to William son of John do Harcourt and Joan his wife fou 
acquiring in fee tail from John do Harcourt the manor of l)yngGley, 
CO. York, held in chief, and entering therein without licence ; and licence 
for them to retain the same, with reversion to the said John and his heirs. 

By fine of 10 marks. 

Pardon to William de Harecourt, 'chivaler,' and Joan his wife for 
acquiring in fee tail from John de Harecourt a moiety of the manor of 
Piesleye, held in chief as of the honor of Tykehill, as appears by inquisition 
made by John de Bolyngbrok, escheator in the counties of Warwick, &c., 
and entering therein without licence ; and restitution of the same to them, 
with reversion to the said John and his heirs. By fine of lOOs. 

Appointment during pleasure of John de Eston, king's clerk, to the office 
of controller of the king's mine of Byriond, co. Devon, with the usual 
wages. By bill of the Treasurer. 

Protection with clause nolumus until Christmas for Robert de Morby, 
staying on the king's service beyond seas in the company of Queen Isabel. 

ByK. 

Protection with clause nolumus for one year for Master John de Wynchelse, 
parson of the church of Northfiet. 
The like for the following : — 
Master John de Wynchelse. 
John Pedelivere. 

John de Cherieton of London, in his manors and lands of Cherleton, 
Burton and Wellebury, co. Oxford, and Tykeham and Woxebrugg, 
CO. Middlesex, for two years. 

Edmund de Malynes of Henton, for one year. 

Pardon to Master Ralph de Tunstalle for acquiring in fee simple from 
Margaret, late the wife of Adam Banastre, a messuage, 56 acres of land, and 
6 acres of meadow in Eccleston in Leylondshire, held in chief as of the 
manor of Estderby, in the king's hands for certain causes, as appears by 
inquisition made by John de Bolyngbrok, escheator in the counties of 
Warwick, &c., and entering therein without licence, and restitution of the 
same to him. By fine of 40s. 

Protection with clause nolumus for one year for Master Roger de 
Crophull, who has been collated to the prebend of Sareshulf in the church of 
Pencrich by Master Richard de Haverjng, king's clerk, by virtue of a grant 
by the king to the latter of power to collate co the ecclesiastical benefices 
pertaining to the archbishopric of Dublin during the voidance of the 
archbishopric, which collation the king by letters patent afterwards con- 
firmed. 

Pardon to Geoffrey Trigg of Westrasen and Beatrice his wife for 
acquiring from John Paynel, now deceased, for their lives 2 messuages 
and 5 bovates of land in Westrasen, held in chief, and entering therein 
without licence ; and licence for them to retain the same with reversion to 
the heirs of the said John. By fine of 20.s. 

The like to Thomas son of Ralph Nuuman of Barwe for acquiring in fee 
from Ralph Nuuman of Barwe 2 messuages, 7 bovates of land, 20 acres of 
meadow, and 14s. of rent in Barwe by Barton on Humbre, held in chief as 
of the honor of Albemarle, and entering therein without licence; and 
restitution of the same to him. By fine of 6 marks. 



186 



CALENDAR OF PATENT ROLLS. 



1325. 

Oct. 22. 
Cippenham. 



Nov. 2. 
Cippenham. 



Nov. 4. 
Cippenham. 



Nov. 4. 
Cippenham . 

Nov. 4. 

Cippenham. 



Nov. 13. 
Cippenham. 



Membrane 18 — cont. 

Whereas the king on 16 November last granted licence for the alienation 
in mortmain by Richard de Wilughby of 5 marks of rent in Notingham to 
a chaplain to celebrate divine service daily in the church of Wilughby on 
the Wolds, in honour of the Virgin Mary, and the said Richard died before 
he could carry it into execution ; the king has granted licence for Richard 
de Wilughby, his son and heir, to fulfil his father's will. 

Writ of aid for one year, directed to the sheriffs of Cornwall and Devon 
and all other bailiffs and ministers in those counties for Walter de Horsham 
and Hugh ap Ithel, whom Richard de Wygornia, king's clerk, keeper of the 
king's mine of Birlond, is sending to select there workmen for the mine 
and bring them to the same, and also to bring back to their work those 
who have withdrawn from it, as has heretofore been accustomed to be done. 

Presentation of Thomas Breton to the church of Wappyngbury, in the 
diocese of Coventry and Lichfield, in the king's gift by reason of the tem- 
poralities of the priory of Kirkeby Monachorum being in his hands. 

By p.s. 

Presentation of Peter de Medbourn to the church of Lalleford, in the 
same diocese, in the king's gift by reason of the temporalities of the abbey 
of St. Pierre sur Dives in Normandy being in his hands. By p.s. 

Safe-conduct, until the Purification, for Peter Boeti, Gaillard de 
Ermeniaco, Peter de Bulfaryn, who are beyond seas, in coming into 
England, staying there and going back again. 

Licence for the alienation in mortmain by Roger de Inkepenne, citizen 
of Winchester, to the warden of the chapel of Holy Trinity, Winchester, of 
7 marks of rent in Winchester, in augmentation of the maintenance of the 
warden and a chaplain to celebrate divine service daily in the chapel for the 
soul of the said Roger and the souls of his father and mother and the 
faithful departed. By fine of 14 marks. 

Presentation of James de Kyngeston to the church of Debach in the 
diocese of Norwich, directed to the guardian of the spirituality. 



Nov. 10. 
Ciijpenham. 



Nov. 10. 

Cippenham. 



Nov. 12. 

Cippenham. 



MEMBRANE 17. 

Pardon to the prior and Carmelite Friars of Shorham for acquiring in 
mortmain from William de Brewosa a messuage adjoining their dwelling- 
place, held in chief, and entering therein without licence ; and licence for 
them to retain the same. By p.s. 

Prohibition to all ecclesiastical persons from proceedings in derogation of 
the king's right of presentation to the vicarage of the church of Darthyngton 
in the diocese of York, by reason of the priory of Pontefract being in his 
hands, which he recovered against the prior by judgment of the court, and 
of his presentation of Roger de Corby, king's clerk, to the same. 

Mandate to sheriffs and others to arrest all persons taking such pro- 
ceedings. 

Pardon to Simon son of William le Brokour of Neusum for acquiring to 
him and his heirs from William de Bautre of Halsham a messuage and 
a moiety of a bovate of land in Halsham, held in chief as of the honor of 
Albemarle, as appears by inquisition made by Simon de Grymmesby, 
escheator in the counties of York, &c., and entering therein without 
licence : with restitution of the same to him. By fine of 10s 



19 EDWARD II.— Part 1. 



187 



1325. 

Nov. 12. 
Cippenhaui. 



Nov. 12. 
Cippeiiham. 



Nov. 16. 

Cippenham. 

Nov. 14. 
Cipiienham. 

Nov. 12. 
Cippenham. 

Nov. 8. 
Cippenham. 

Nov. 13. 
Cippenham. 

Nov. 27. 
Westminster. 



Dec. 2. 

Westminster. 



Nov. 6. 
Cippenham. 



Nov. 19. 

Westminster. 



Nov. 20. 

Westminster. 



Nov. 20. 

Westminster. 



Membrane 17 — cont. 

Pardon to Nicholas son of Richard de Frismerak and Alice his wife for 
acquiring to them and the heirs of Nicholas from William de Bautre of 
Halsham, 5 acres of land, 2 acres of meadow and pasture for 2 oxen in 
Halsham, held in chief, as of the said honor, as appears by like inquisition, 
and entering therein without licence ; and restitution of the same to them. 

By fine of 10s. 

The abbot of St. Augustine's, Bristol, staying in England, has letters 
nominating John Broun, his fellow canon, and Walter Droys as his 
attorneys in Ireland for two years. 

Master William de Bono Villario, prebendary of Colyngham (sic), in the 
church of St. Mary, Lincoln, going beyond seas, has the like nominating 
Gerard de Cusancia, clerk, and Richard de Haselden, for two years. 

Otto de Grandisono, staying beyond seas, has the like nominating 
Stephen Lermite and John Leynach for three years. 

Protection with clause vulainus, until the Purification, for Thomas de 
Hockele, staying beyond seas on the king's service with Queen Isabel. 

The like for one year for Nicholas Fastolf, staying in Ireland on the king's 
service. 

Protection with clause nolumits, for one year, for the abbot of Vergeys of 
Lombardy, parson of the church of Cesterton. 

The like for one year Joan late the wife of Nicholas de Wokyndon. 

The abbot of Tyntern, staying in Wales, has letters nominating brother 
Walter de Longeneye and John son of John de la Lee as his attorneys in 
England for three years. By K. on the information of W. de Clif. 

Protection with clause nolumus, for one year, for W. bishop of Exeter. 
The like for the following : — 

Thomas de Escrik, parson of the church of Dounton. 

Gilbert de Keleshull, parson of the church of White Rothyngg. 

William de Meleburn, parson of the church of Esynden. 

Substitution of Ralph Golafre and John de Grafton as commissioners of 
array in the county of Wyrcestre in the room of Thomas de Hastang and 
Nicholas de Aston, to select 10 men at arms and 100 bowmen as in a 
former commission. French. [Pari. Writs.] 

Licence for Nicholas de Cheigny to grant to William de Cheigny and 
Joan his wife and the heirs of the body of William, a messuage, a mill, 
a carucate of land, and 10/. of rent in Stepelmorden, held in chief as of 
the honor of Boulogne, as appears by inquisition made by John de 
Blomvill, escheator in the counties of Cambridge, &c., with reversion to 



the said Nicholas and his heirs. 



By fine of 20/. 



Cambridge. 



Protection with clause volumus, until Easter, for Thomas atte Oldehalle of 
Little Renes, staying in Gascony on the king's service with John de Sancto 
Philiberto. By testimony of the said John. 

IiispeA'inni^ and confirmation of a grant for life dated in the chapter at 
Clerkenwell, by London, 4 July, 1325, by Thomas Larcher, prior of the 
Hospital of St. John of Jerusalem, in England and the brethren of that 
house to Thomas de Sibthorp, king's clerk, rector of the church of Bekyng- 
ham, of the manor of Flauflore and other lands [as on Membrane 20] to 



188 



CALENDAR OF PATENT KOLLS. 



1325. 



Oct. 22. 

Cippenham. 



Membrane 17 — cont. 

hold as freely as the grantors their predecessors or the Templars before 
them held it, at a rent of 4Z. 13s. 8^. payable at Eycle ; with grant also 
of free warren in the demesne lands of the manor. 

Pardon to Alice daughter of Robert de Pynkenye of Gildemorton for 
acquiring to her and her heirs from Robert de Pynkenye 2 messuages and 
44 acres of land in Gildemorton, held in chief, and entering therein without 
licence ; with restitution of the same to her. 

By fine of 40.s. Northampton. 



MEMBRANE 16. 

Oct. 22. Substitution of Henry de Bedyk in the room of Richard de Heyle, to 

Cippenham. select 100 footmen in the county of Middlesex, as in a former commission. 

French. [Pari. Merits.] By C. 

Nov. 4. Richard Talebot of Richardescastel, staying in Gascony on the king's 

Cippenham. service, has letters nominating Richard de Haukeslowe and John Aleyn as 
his attorneys until Easter. 

Nov. 7. Protection with clause nolnmus for two years for the abbot of Rievaulx. 

Cippenham. 

Nov. 11. Mandate to Stephen de la Dane, guardian of the abbey of Faversham, 

Windsor. to restore the temporalities of that abbey to brother John Ive, sub-prior of 

the house, whose election as abbot has been confirmed by W. archbishop of 

Canterbury and who has done fealty to the king. By p.s. 

Writ (le intcndcndo directed to the tenants of the abbey. By p.s. 

Nov. 11. Inspeximus and confirmation to Roger Beler, now tenant of the manor 

Cippenham. and wood in question, and his heir, of a charter of John count of Mortain, 
dated at Clipeston, granting to Hubert son of Ralph and his heirs the 
manor of Cruche quit of all exaction of foresters, with licence to have his 
own dogs and hunting and venison, and no forester shall intermeddle 
therein, and no person shall have hunting or venison or other common in 
the wood of the manor, except through him ; also the mine which Hubert 
has in Cruche and in its appurtenances. Witnesses : — William de 
Wenneval, Walter de Dunstanvill, Roger de Planes, Gerard de Canvill, 
Ralph son of Stephen, Ralph Murdac, Philip de Wirec[estre], Peter Pipard. 

By fine of ^ mark. 
[This Charter uas covjirined in 1 John, Charter Jlolls, 1 John, m. 17, p> 
42 h., and is there set out, but without the names of the icitnesses.] 

Inspeximus and confirmation of the following charters to the masters and 
chaplains of the hospital of Bradebusc : — 

(1.) Notun I sit domino archiepiscopo et .omnibus tam ji^'^^^f^i'ibus quam 
futuris quod ego Willehmis de Heriz dedi infirmis de Bradebusc molen- 
dinum de la Moore cum omnibus iiertinenciis suis, et molendinuvi quod 
vocatur molendinum Heverard, quod stat e regione ecclesie de Ludeham, 
cum omnibus jtertinenciis suis, reddendo Simoni filio liicardo annuatim 
unam marcam, quamdiu illam accipere voluerit, et terram camporuni 
et prata sicut divisa sunt. Et hec omnia j^redicta do eis et concedo 
libera et quieta ab omnibus terrenis serviciis, et aisas suas de nemore ad 
ignem suum sine vastatione, pro amore Dei et ^;?*o anima 2)atris mei et 
matris mee et omnium antecessorum meorum. Et maledictlonem 
Dei et iram incurrat quicumque contra hanc donationem meam legiti- 
mam, venire temptaverit. Hiis testibus : — abbate et conventu de Derby, 



19 EDWARD II.— Part 1. 189 



1325. Membrane 16 — cont. 

ahhate de Iloueccstre, Roberto jillo liadulfi, Philippo de Uffetime, 
Uillelmo Pite et lioi/cro fratre ejus, Henrico clerico, lloberto /ilio 
Hui/onis, lloberto Aniievin, Ambrosio Michacle, Alano Hoberto, clerico, 
He(jinaldo de Aslockeaton et Gereasio, (jermano ejus. 

(2.) Omnibus sancte matris ecclesie filiis, ad quos 'presens scriptum 
pervenerit, Ivo de Heriz, salutem.. Noverit uninersitas vestra me, 
intuitu caritatis, et pro salute anime mee et animarum antecessoruvi 
meorum et successonim mcorum, dedisse et concessisse et hac carta mea 
conjir masse hospitali Sancte Marie Magdalene de llradebusc et infirmis 
ibidem commorantibus et commoraturis, quindecim seiliones terre, in 
liberam et puram et perpetuam elemosi^iam, de quibus quinque jacent 
super collem inter terram ecclesie de Liunholvestune et terram F/dlippi 
fdii Hode, et decern jacent in cultura que vocatur Slettede, et sunt 
proximi terre hospitalis predicti. Ut autem hec donacio stabilis etfmna 
et inconcussa permaneat, illam sigilU met munimine corroborari. Hiis 
testibus, Eustachiode Ludham et W alter o Jilio ejus, Willelmo de Skip- 
tune, ^ Willelmo de Pasci, Philippo filio Hode, Gileberto tilio Wynem\ 
Magistro Piogero, capellano de Ludham, Edivardo, capellano de Gun- 
holvestune, et pluribus aliis. 

(3.) Sciant presentes et futuri quod ego Johannes de Heriz dedi, con- 
cessi et hac presenti carta 7nea confirmavi domui de Bradebush et 
capellanis ibidem Deo servientibus et imperpetuum. servituris pro 
animabus Johannis de Heriz, Sarre de Heriz, Henrici de Heriz, 
et omnium antecessorum meorum et successorum in puram et perpetuam 
elemosinam quatuor bovatas terre in teritorio de Gonolstun ut perpetuo 
sunqHibus suis propriis unum capellanum, diviiia in capella de Gonolston 
pro animabus predictis celebrantem sustinent et reperiant, illam scilicet 
quam WiUelmus ad le Halleyate quojidam tenuit, et illam quam 
Pacardus Stogie tenuit, et illam quam Piobertus le Ncukomen tenuit, 
et illam quam Ranulphus ad Fontem tenuit, una cum pratis dictis 
bovatis terre adjacentibus, et omnibus aliis pertinenciis suis in villa et 
extra, videlicet, in pratis, boscis, pascuis, pasturis, viis, semitis, aisi- 
amentis, et omnibus aliis locis ; tenendas et habendas dictis domui et 
capellanis ibidem deo servientibus et perpetuo servituris, de me et hered- 
ibus meis vel assignatis meis, libere, quiete, bene et in pace, integre et 
ab omni servicio seculari vel sectis curie vel forincecis serviciis solute 
imperpetuum. Et ego, Johannes de Heriz et heredes mei vel assignati 
mei dictas bovatas terre cum omnibus pertinenciis suis, ut predictum, est, 
dicte domui et capellanis ibidem deo servientibus et servituris contra 
omnes homines warantizabimus, acquietabimus et imperpetuum de- 
fendemus. hi cujus rei testimonium, huic scrijyto sigillum meum 
apposui. Hiis testibus : — domino Willelmo Sauynsum de Epirstun, 
Waltero de Lud, Roberto Heyniot de eadem, Bicardo de Barneton, 
Willelmo filio Roger i de Hoveryngham, Hugone fratre ejus, Ricardo de 
Ludham et aliis. By line of ^ mark. 

Nov. 13. Pardon to Nicholas de Loveny, chaplain, of his outlawry, if any, in the 

Windsor county of Somerset, for non-appearance before John de Bello Campo and 
Park. iiig fellows, justices of oyer and terminer touching divers felonies and 
trespasses in that county, when indicted of a robbery committed by him 
against Ralph, vicar of the church of Cammel, at Cammel, and of carrying 
away the goods of the said Ralph ; on condition that he surrender forthwith 
to prison in that county and stand his trial if the king or any other wishes 
to proceed against him. By p.s. 

Nov. 12. Protection with clause rogamus for two years for the master and brethren 

Cippenham. of the hospital of St. Anthony, dwelling in England, collecting alms. 



190 



CALENDAR OF PATENT ROLLS. 



1325. 

Nov. 12. 
Cippenham. 



Nov. 12. 
Cippenham. 



Nov. 17. 
Isle worth. 



Nov. 11. 

Windsor 

Park. 



Nov. 21. 

Westminster. 



Nov. 6. 
Cippenham. 

Nov. 12. 
Westminster. 



Nov. [26.] 

Westminster. 

Nov. 10. 

Cippenham. 

Nov. 20. 
Westminster, 



Membrane 16 — cont. 

Licence for Nicholas Devias to enfeoff Hugh, parson of the church of 
Baddesworth, of a moiety of the manor of Samlesbiry, held in chief, and for 
the latter to re-grant the same for life to the said Nicholas, with remainders 
to Alice daughter of Nicholas Devias and her heirs by Gilbert son of 
Gilbert de Sotheworth, and to the right heirs of Nicholas. 

By fine of 5 marks. Lancaster. 

Licence for Gilbert de Sotheworth to enfeoff John de Middelton of a 
moiety of the manor of Sotheworth, and for the latter to re-grant the same 
to the said Gilbert for life, with remainders to Gilbert son of Gilbert de 
Soth worth and his heirs by Alice his wife, and to the right heirs of Gilbert. 

By fine of 5 marks. Lancaster. 

Presentation of John de Stretton, parson of the church of Chastel Isabel, 
to the church of Kenfare, in the diocese of Coventry and Lichfield, on an 
exchange of benefices with Robert de Norwiz. 

Licence for the alienation in mortmain to the prior and convent of the 
hospital of St. Mary, Great Massyngham, in satisfaction of 13s. id. of the 
101. yearly of land and rent which they have the king's licence to acquire, 
of land, &c. in Massyngham, not held in chief, as appears by inquisition 
made by John de Blomvull, escheator in the counties of Norfolk, &c., as 
follows : — 

by Thomas de Feltham, 3 acres of land, 

by Humphrey de Shipedham, 3 acres 3^ roods of land, 

by Reginald Boye, 4i acres of land, 

by Geoffrey le Mason, ^ acre, ^V rood of land, 

by Oliver son of William Reynald, 3^ roods of land, 

by Godfrey le Taillour, ^ acre of land, 

by John Warde, Ij arces of land, 

by John Huwe, 1 acre of land, 

by Juliana late the wife of John de Crek, 11 acres of land, and 

by Cecily late the wife of William Broun, ^ acre of land. . 

Notification to R. bishop of Coventry and Lichfield that the king has 
revoked his late presentation of Master John de Kirkeby to the church of 
Wappyngbury, in his diocese. By K. 

Protection with clause vohanus until Easter for Roger de Huntyngfeld, 
staying on the king's service in the duchy of Aquitaine. 

Protection with clause nolumus for two years for Master Henry de 
Clif, prebendary of Applesthorpe in the church of St. Peter, York, 
constantly attendant in the king's service. 

The like for one year for John de Chinnok, parson of the church of 
Pydeletrentehide. 

Protection with clause voJuvuis for one year for William de Donton, 
staying in Gascony on the king's service. 

The like until Easter for Robert de Leyburn, staying in Gascony on 
the king's service with Edmund earl of Kent. 



MEMBRANE 15. 

Nov. 24. Licence for the alienation in mortmain by William de Shyrwod of 

Westminster. 2 messuages, an acre of land, 2 acres, 1 rood, of meadow, 26^, 2d, of rent. 



19 EDWARD II.— ?AKT 1. 



191 



Nov. 20. 
Westminster, 



Nov. 25. 
Westminster, 

Nov. 22. 
Westminster. 



Oct. 4. 

Maresfield. 



1325. Membrane 15 — cont. 

and two parts of a toft in Rypon and Sharhowe, to a chaplain to celebrate 
divine service daily in the church of St. Wilfrid, Ripon, for the souls of the 
said William and Isabel his wife, his ancestors and the faithful departed. 

By fine of lOO.s. 

Substitution of John son of Simon le Brun, in the room of Nicholas de 
Aston, to select 100 footmen in the county of Wyrcostre, as in a former 
commission. French. [Fad. Writs.] By C. 

Protection with clause noluvius for one year for Margaret late the wife 
of John de Neyvill. 

The like for William de Estnore, parson of the church of Orcheston. 
The like for Ralph de Pilton, parson of the church of Norwold. 

The like for two years for the prioress of Chesthunte. 

Presentation of Robert de Hillum to the church of Rothing Margarete, 
in the diocese of London, in the king's gift by reason of the lands of Henry 
Gernet being in his hands. By p.s. 

Appointment of John Sturmy and John Harsik, to arrest Thomas de 
Hertford, John de Fordeham, Geofi'rey le Taverner, William de Massyng- 
ham, John de Spaldyng, Henry de Massyngham, and John de Causton, all 
of Lenne, John de Bachescroft of Wyram, Thomas Peper of Methewold, 
William Peper of Methewold, John le Spicer of Balsham, Richard de 
Shelfangre of Balsham, Nicholas Flegg of Wyram, Thomas de Metham, 
parson, John de Stipyngge of AVyram, Nicholas Gonevill, 'chivaler,' and 
Edmund his brother, parson, Robert de Lufi'enham, parson of the church 
of Bekeswell, Matthew parson of the church of Rissheton, John de 
Brughton of Shiryngton, John de Ormesby, ' chivaler,' Ralph de Pilton, 
parson of the church of Northwold, and Jiichard de Seggeford, John 
Burghard, John de Walsyngham, Walter Kellok, William Baret, Ralph de 
Wirmegaye, all of Lenne, Peter de Breyghenham of Stouwe, John Gras of 
Bychynwell, Martin de Thorp, Benedict Russel of Thorp, Geoffrey de 
Eston of Thorplaund, John de Thorplaund, John atte Feld of Stradesete, 
Walter Gossib of Fyncham, Roger Corpel of Fyncham, and Edmund his 
brother, Richard atte Gate of Fyncham, Robert Cok of Berton, Thomas 
Ingelbright of C[ri]mplesham, Richard Wolf of C[ri]mplesham, Thomas 
Merioun of Stoke, John Hacoun of Shuldham, Richard Trussebot of 
Shuldham, Robert, prior of Shuldham, John Bamme of Lenne, Adam de 
Cokfelt [or Cokselt] of Lenne and John his brother, John de Writewelle of 
Lenne, Walter de Pagrave of Cattesbat, John de Derham, and Humphrey de 
Wyke. [Farl. Writs.] By K. 

The like of Thomas Ughtred and Alan de Tesdale, to arrest John de 
Wrokeshalle, 'chivaler,' John Mauleverer, 'chivaler,' Geoffrey Upsale, 
' chivaler,' John son of John Metal of Pontefract, John Warenner of Ripoun, 
Arnold White of Braban, Hugh Chaumberleyn, ' flemmyng' John Wasteler, 
Samyas Antoninus Siteroun de Gene, and Costerus Morel de Luk'. [Farl. 
Writs.] By K. 

Nov. 20. Licence for the alienation in mortmain by Robert de Hungerford of 2 

Westminster, messuages, 3 acres of land, 5 acres of meadow, and TOs. of rent in Hunger- 
ford, Sandon and Cherleton by Hungerford to a chaplain to celebrate divine 
service daily in the church of St. Laurence, Hungerford, for the souls of 
the said Robert and Geva his wife, their ancestors and the faithful departed. 

By fine of 6 marks. Berks. 



102 



CALENDAR OF PATENT ROLLS. 



1325. 

Nov. 25. 

Westminster. 



Nov. 25. 

^''estnnnstel^ 



Nov. 26. 

Westminster. 



Nov. 24. 
Westminster. 



Nov. 27. 

Westminster 



Nov. 28. 
Westminster. 



Nov. 26. 

W^estminster. 



Dec. 3. 
Westminster. 



Membrane 15 — co7it. 

Substitution of Simon Basset of Sapecote in the room of Roger la 
Zousche, to select 30 hobelers in the counties of Warwick and Leicester, as 
in a former commisson. French. [Pari. Writfi.] By C. 

Exemption for life of Robert de Malo Lacu from being put upon assizes, 
juries or recognitions, or from appointment as sheriff, coroner or other 
minister against his will. By K. 

Exemption for life of William de Lound, from being put upon assizes, 
juries or recognitions. By K. 

Presentation of Henry de Spaldyngton to the church of Trumpyngton, 
in the king's gift by reason of the lands late of Robert de Holand being in 
his hands. By K. 

Substitution of John de Clyvedon, in the room of John Wake, to select 
footmen in the county of Somerset, as in a former commission. 

French. [Pari. Writs.] 

Protection with clause nolumiis for one year for John de la Haye. 
The like for the following : — 

William de Bereford. 

John de Eston, parson of the church of Seyveton. 

Henry de Thorp, parson of the church of Brom, for two years. 

John de Merlawe, parson of the church of Navesby. 

Thomas de Eggefeld, parson of the church of Thirsford. 

Adam de Brom, clerk. 

John de Rithre. 

John de Norton, parson of the church of Great Bradele. 

Protection in Ireland for three years for Otto de Grandissono. By K. 

The said Otto, staying beyond seas, has letters nominating Theobald de 
Grandissono as his attorney in Ireland for that period. By K. 

Confirmation of a grant in mortmain by John de Stokes, son of Robert 
de Stokes, to the abbot and convent of St. James's without Northampton, 
of 11^- acres of land in Bosyate, which Thomas Ebroys caused to be 
assarted of the demesne of Henry III and of the custody of the wood of 
Hyrnewode, which the same John held of Henry III, at a rent to the 
Exchequer of Henry III of ISs. for the land, and of 2s. for the custody. 

By fine of 20s. Northampton. 

Protection with clause nohimus for one year for John de Wotton, master 
of the hospital of St. Mary Magdalene by Baldak. 



MEMBRANE 14. 

Nov. 26. Appointment during pleasure of Eleanor late the wife of Henry de Percy 

Westminster, to the custody of the curjjin^ of the castle of Scardeburgh, for her dwelling 
there, on condition that she maintain the porters, watchmen and other 
ministers required in the castle, during her custody. By K. 

Mandate to Alexander de Bergh and Robert Wawayn, keepers of the said 
castle, to deliver to her the said corpus with the armour, victuals and other 
things in the castle, by indenture. By K. 

Protection with clause nolumus for one year for Randolf Duffoul of 
Goseberkyrk. 



19 EDWARD II.— Part 1. 



198 



1325. 



Nov. 24. 
Westminster. 



Nov. 2G. 
Westminster. 

Nov. 28. 
Westminster, 

Nov. 24. 

VVestminster, 



Nov. 27. 
Westminster. 



Nov. 28. 
Westminster. 



Nov. 20. 
Westminster. 



Nov. 28. 
Westminster. 



Nov. 27. 
Westminster. 



Dec. 2. 

Westminster. 



Dec. 2. 

Westminster. 



Membrane 14 — coyit. 

Licence for Henry do Tolouse to grant to Richard de Tudeworth and his 
heirs the manor of Brokle, co. Southampton, held in chief. 

By fine of 40.s. Southampton. 

Presentation of Richard de Heslarton to the vicarage of the church of 
Haylyng, in the diocese of Winchester, in the king's gift by reason of the 
temporalities of the priory of Haylyng being in his hands. 

Grant to William de Carleton, king's chaplain, of the chantry in the 
church of All Saints, Berewyk in Elmet. By K. 

Respite for two years to the abbot of St. Albans of all debts due to the 
king at the Exchequer and elsewhere. By K. 

Pardon to William de Strensale, clerk, of his outlawry in the county of 
York for non-appearance to make fine with the king for a trespass against 
Thomas de Huntyngton, whereof he was convicted before the king, and of 
whatever else pertains to the king for the trespass ; without prejudice to 
the damages adjudged to Thomas on account thereof. By K. 

Safe-conduct, until a week after Easter, for the merchants of the power 
of William count of Holland and Seland, and lord of Friesland, coming 
to the realm to trade. By K. 

Licence for the alienation in mortmain by William son of William de 
Draycote to the prior and convent of St. Frideswide's, Oxford, in satisfaction 
of 10.5. of the 20Z. yearly of land and rent which they have the king's 
licence to acquire, of ,2 messuages, 46 acres of land, and 2 acres of meadow 
in Elsefeld and Thornele {sic), held of. the prior and convent, as appears by 
inquisition made by Richard le Wayte, escheator in the counties of 
Oxford, &c. 

Grant to Robert de Haliwell, king's clerk, of the chapel of St. Mary by 
Gravesende, in the king's gift by reason of the lands late of Aymer de 
Valencia, sometime earl of Pembroke, being lately in his hands. By K. 

Licence for William de Wytteneye to enfeoff John de Wytteneye of a 
messuage and a virgate of land in Staunton St. John's, held in chief ; and 
for the latter to re-grant the same to the said William for life, with reversion 
to the said John and his heirs. By fine of 1 mark. Oxford. 

Whereas Gilbert de Clare, late earl of Gloucester and Hertford, granted 
to Thomas Lovel the custody, during the minority of the heir, of the lands 
in Ryngeworth, co. Gloucester, late of Walter de Burgh, who held of him 
by knight service, and these lands afterwards came into the king's hand by 
the forfeiture of the said Thomas ; the king, willing to show him favour 
herein, has granted to Thomas the custody of the said lands during the 
nonage of the heir. By K. 

Writ of aid, until Midsummer, for William Bernard! de Fourne, king's 
Serjeant, whom the king is sending to the parts of Bayonne to bring certain 
galleys there to him in England, with full power to punish and chastise the 
mariners and other ministers of the galleys. By K. 

Pardon to Nicholas de Ak, parson of the church of Brighteston of his 
imprisonment and whatever pertains to the king on account of a trespass 
committed against Thomas de Folquardby, parson of the church of Caul- 
burn, in the Isle of Wight, by him and others, whereof he was convicted by 
the inquisition upon which he put himself before the king ; without 
prejudice to the said Thomas as to the damages adjudged to him on account 
of the trespass. By K. 



3217 



N 



194 



CALENDAR OF PATENT ROLLS. 



1325. 

Nov. 28. 
Westminster. 

Dec. 2. 

Westminster. 



Dec. 6. 
Westminster. 

Dec. 4. 

Westminster. 



Nov. 28. 
Westminster. 



Dec. 2. 

Westminster. 

Dec. 3. 

Westminster. 



Dec. 6. 

Westminster. 



Dec. 3. 

Westminster. 



Dec. 4. 

Westminster. 

Dec. 6. 

Tower of 
London. 



Membrane 14 — cont. 

Thomas, abbot of Seez, staying beyond seas, has letters nominating Peter 
de Orgerys, his fellow-monk, and John Averyl, as his attorneys for two 
years. By fine of 20s. 8ussex. 

Grant to John Suderman and Ertmar Long, merchants of Almain, for 
their lives, of the following liberties, to wit, that in all places of the king's 
realm and power they shall trade as the king's merchants specially 
attendant upon his affairs, and as denizens of the realm, and shall be quit 
of toll, pontage, passage, payage, picage, pavage, quayage, murage and 
stallage on their merchandise, and that such merchandise shall not be 
arrested for the trespasses of others, or for debts whereof they are not 
principal debtors or sureties. By K. 

The abbot of St. Valery, staying beyond seas, has letters nominating 
Andrew de la Goue, prior of Takkele, and James de Braietel as his attorneys 
for two years. By fine of 2 marks. Essex. 

Presentation of Roger de Stoke, parson of the church of Slyndefold, in 
the diocese of Chichester, to the vicarage of the church of St. Nicholas, 
Arundel, in the same diocese, in the king's gift by reason of the priory of 
Arundel being in his hands ; on an exchange of benefices with Robert de 
Totynton. 

Protection with clause nolumus, for one year, for Oliver de Ingham, 
staying in Gascony. By K. 

He has letters nominating Thomas de Hyndryngham and John son of 
Robert de Ingham as his attorneys for one year. 

Substitution of John de Enefeld, in the room of Henry de Bedik, to 
select 140 footmen in the county of Middlesex, as in a former commission. 
French. [Pari. WriU.} 

Writ of aid, until Easter, for Godfrey de Rudham, king's clerk, charged 
by the steward of the household and the keeper of the wardrobe to purvey 
hay, oats, litter, and other necessaries for the Marshalsea of the household. 

By bill of the keeper of the wardrobe. 

Licence for William de Gosefeld to enfeoff Eustace de Swafham of the 
manor of Boxstede, co. Suffolk, held in chief, and for him to regrant the 
same to the said William for life, with successive remainders to James 
Beauflour for his life, to James son of the said James, to John brother of the 
said James, to Thomas brother of the said John, and to Hugh, brother of 
the said Thomas, and the heirs of their bodies, and to William, brother of 
the said Hugh, and his heirs. By fine of 10/. Suffolk. 

Protection with clause nolnmns, for one year, for Richard de Bello, 
chaplain. 

The like for William, almoner of the church of St. Paul, London, parson 
of the church of Hoton. 

Appointment, during pleasure, of William Arnaldi de Forde, king's 
Serjeant, to have the keeping of the pesage of iron and goods of avoirdupois 
in the town of Southampton. By K. 

Protection with clause volumus, for one year, for the abbot of St. Mary's, 
York, in his manors of Haselyngfeld and Belton. 

The like for the following : — 
Robert de Hagham. 
Peter de Orgericiis, fellow-monk of the abbot of Seez, Normandy, bailiff 

of Atheryngton, and his general proctor in England. 
The prior of Wyrkesop, 
The prior of Lodere, 



I 



19 EDWARD II.— Part 1. 



195 



1325. 

Dec. 6. 

Westminster, 



Dec. 10. 

Tower of 
London. 



Dec. 10. 
Tower of 
London. 



Dec. 10. 

Tower of 
London. 

Dec. 8. 

Tower of 
L<jndon, 



Dec. 10. 

Westminster, 



Dec. 10. 
Tower of 
London. 



MEMBRANE 13. 

Pardon to the owners, merchants, masters and mariners of five galleys of 
the city, duchy and parts of Venice, of the homicides and discords perpetrated 
by them against the men of the parts of Southampton and the Isle of Wight, 
in which^men on both sides were killed, it having been found by inquisitions 
and letters of the said town and other letters that the injured persons have 
been indemnified by them, and the prelates and nobles assembled in the 
present parliament at Westminster having given their consent to the said 
pardon ; so that no merchants of those parts coming to the realm shall be 
arrested or aggrieved in any way on that account, but that they shall come 
and go in safety with their goods and merchandise. 

Licence for John de Myners to enfeoff John de Kynardesleye of the manor 
of Blakenhale, co. Stafford, held in chief as of the honor of Tuttebury as 
appears by inquisition made by John de Hampton, escheator in the counties 
of Gloucester, &c. ; and for the latter to regrant the same to the said John 
and Isabel his wife, for their lives, with successive remainders in tail to 
Thomas their son, to William his brother, to John son of Elias de 
Verdon, to Nicholas his brother and to Robert brother of the said Nicholas, 
and Hugh de Meignyll, the elder, and his heirs. 

Whereas Margaret daughter of John de Preston demised to Ralph de 
Lelle and Juliana his wife, for their lives, a messuage, 6 bovates of land 
and 8 acres of meadow in Goushill in Holdernesse, held in chief as of the 
honor of Albemarle, as appears by inquisition made by Simon de Grymesby, 
escheator in the counties of York, &c. with reversion to the said Margaret 
and her heirs, and after the death of the said Ralph, William son of Elias 
de Wilton and the said Margaret, his wife, granted in fee tail to John de 
Wilton the remainder of the premises after the death of the said Juliana ; 
and whereas the said John after the death of Juliana entered into the 
messuage and lands without licence ; the king has pardoned- to the said 
John the trespasses herein and granted licence for him to retain the same 
as above, with reversion to the said Margaret and her heirs. 

Grant to William de Deen of the marriage of John de Briaunzon, son 
and heir of John de Briaunzon, tenant in chief, to hold without disparage- 
ment. By K. 

Appointment, during pleasure, of Alan de Tesdale, king's yeoman, to the 
office of the stewardship of the forest of Galtres, receiving as much as others 
have had in that office, with licence to appoint a substitute when he is 
engaged elsewhere with the king, and with power to remove and appoint 
foresters when necessary for the king's advantage. By K. 

Licence for the alienation in mortmain by Ingelram Berenger to the 
prior, chaplains and hermits of Blakemore of 100 acres of land in Rocombe, 
held in chief by the service of rendering H2s. Ad. at the Exchequer and are 
worth 8.S'. 4:d. yearly beyond that rent, to find a chaplain to celebrate 
divine service daily in the church of the hermitage of Blakemore for the 
souls of the said Ingelram and the faithful departed and towards the 
maintenance of 10 mendicants to be refreshed in the said hermitage once 
a day ; as the king has learned by inquisition ad quod damniun made by 
John Everard, escheator in the counties of Cornwall, etc. that it is not to 
the prejudice of him or others to grant such licence. 

By fine of 40.s. Dorset. 

Licence for Michael de Meledon to grant to Adam de Tyghlehurst and 
Alice his wife, for their lives, a messuage, a toft, an acre and 3 roods of 
land, 2 acres of meadow and pasture for one cow in Kersyngton, co. Oxford, 



19C) 



CALENDAR OF PATENT ROLLS. 



2325 Membrane 13 — cont. 

held in chief as of the honor of St. Valery, as appears by inquisition made 
by Richard le Wayte, escheator in the counties of Southampton, &c. ; 
with reversion to the said Michael. 

Pardon to Hugh Begges, of Lauveye, in consideration of his good service 
in Ireland, in battle against Robert de Brus and his accomplices invading 
those parts, for the death of Walter Mape and the burning of his houses 
and carrying away his goods ; on condition that he stand his trial if anyone 
wishes to proceed against him. By K. 

Licence for the alienation in mortmain to the abbot and convent of 
Cerne by John Pyn of Asshele of a toft and 10 acres of land in Langebridie, 
by Geotirey Cobbe of Westbagelage, of a messuage and 12 acres of land in 
Westbagelage, and by John de Brideport of Bere of an acre of land and 5 
acres of meadow in Morbathe, co. Dorset, not held in chief, and worth 
beyond the due services lOs. (jd., as appears by inquisition made by John 
Everard, escheator in the counties of Somerset &c., to hold in part satis- 
faction of the 101. yearly of land and rent which they have the king's licence 
to acquire. 

Inspeximus and confirmation of a charter by Edward I to the prior and 
convent of Wyrkesope, dated at Westminster 28 March, 33 Edward I. 

By fine of 20s. Nottingham. 
[Calendar of the Patent Bolls, 33 Edward I, p. 325.] 



Dec. 10. 

Tower of 
London. 



Dec. 10. 

Tower of 
Lonclou. 



Dec. 10. 

Tower of 
London. 



3IEMBRANE 12, 

Dec. 5. Presentation of Laurence de Brandeston, prebendary in the church of 

Westminster, St. Mary, Leycestre, to the church of Sibbesdon, in the diocese of Lincoln, 
in the king's gift by reason of the temporalties of the abbey of Lyre being 
in his hands ; on an exchange of benefices with Robert de Leycestre. 

Vacated because otherwise below. By K. 

Dec. 3. Pardon to Roger de Bowes for the death of William Bun of Barnard 

Westminster. Castle. By K. on the information of W. de Clyf. 

Dec. 1. Licence for John Cosyn, chaplain, warden of the chapel of St. Mary, Sibe- 

Westminster. thorp, to acquire in mortmain land and rent, not held in chief, to the value 

of lOZ. a year. By K. 

Nov. 28. Confirmation of a grant in frank almoin by Thomas de Sibethorpe, king's 

Westminster, clerk, to John Notebroun, chaplain, warden of the altar of St. Mary in the 
chapel of St. Mary on the north side of the church of Sibethorp, newly 
built by the said Thomas, of 5 messuages, a toft, 3 bovates aijd 100 acres 
of land, 30 acres of meadow, and 30.s. of rent in Sibethorp, Hokesworth, 
Sireston, Eyleston, Aslacton and Thurverton for the maintenance of two 
chaplains to celebrate divine service daily in the chapel for the good estate 
of the said Thomas, for his soul when he is dead, and for the souls of his 
father and mother, brothers, sisters, ancestors and heirs, Simon de Sibe- 
thorp, and William and Reginald his sons, Geoffrey le Clerk and Isabel his 
wife, and the faithful departed. By K. 

Dec. 5. Licence for the alienation in mortmain by Elias Bacun of Estwittenham, 

Westminster. William Crek and John le Veysin to the abbot and convent of Dorkecestre 

of 2 messuages, 80 acres of land, 4 acres of meadow, and 2 acres of 

wood in \Vareberwe and Nettlebed, held in chief as of the manor of 

Bensyngton, as appears by inquisition made by Richard le Wayte, escheator 



1 



I'J EDWARD II.-Paut 1. 



197 



1325. 



Di3C. H. 
Tower of 
London. 



Dec. 4. 

Westminster. 



Dec. 8. 

Westminster. 



Dec. 9. 
Westminster. 



Dec. 8. 
Tower of 
London. 



Dec. 8. 
Tower of 
London. 



Dec. 7. 
Tower of 
London. 



Dec. 8. 

Tower of 
London. 



Membrane 12 — cont, 

in the counties of Southampton, &c. and GO acres of land and 30.s'. of rent 
in Henle and Clifton, to find a canon as chaplain to celebrate divine service 
daily in the abbi^ for the souls of the said Elias, William and John and 
the faithful departed. By K. and by fine of 2 marks. 

Whereas Roger de Ledes enfeofied Richard his son of 8 tofts, 7 bovates, 
58 acres of land, o acres, 1 rood, of meadow, and 6.s. of rent, in Saxton, 
Toueton and Bretby, held in chief as of the honour of Pontefract, as 
appears by inquisition made by Simon de Grymmesby, escheator in the 
counties of York, (kc, and Richard regranted the same to him and Margaret 
his wife for life, and they entered into the same without licence ; the king 
has pardoned Roger and Margaret for the trespasses herein and granted 
that they shall retain the premises for life, with reversion to Richard. 

Presentation of Nicholas Vigrous, parson of the church of Broxholm, in 
the diocese of Lincoln, to the church of Wilyngham St. Mary in the diocese 
of Norwich ; on an exchange of benefices with William de Sutton. 

Appointment during pleasure of Robert de Haustede to the custody of 
the tower in the king's castle of Porcestre, so that, if need be, ho shall 
apply all the force that he can to the custody of the outer [forinseci) bailey 
of the said castle. By p.s. 

Mandate to Thomas de Saunford, constable of the said castle, to deliver 
the tower to him, with its armour, cross bows, springalds, engines and 
other munition thereof, by indenture. By p.s. 

Mandate to the said Robert, keeper of the tower of the said castle, and 
the said Thomas, constable of the castle, to cause the castle to be 
munitioned and fortified by men at arms, horsemen and footmen if the 
admirals of any of the fieets of alien ships threaten to land towards the 
said castle or the neighbouring parts. By p.s. 

Grant to the burgesses of the town of Kyngeston upon Hull of murage 
for three years to finish the wall and ditch, which by the king's command 
they have begun to enclose their town. 

By K. and pet. of C. returned before the king. 

Appointment, during pleasure, of Nicholas Kyriel as captain and 
admiral of the king' s fleet of ships as well of the Cinque Ports as of other 
ports and places on the coast from the month of the Thames westwards ; 
with power of chastising and punishing the mariners and others of the 
fleet. By K. 

Writ de intendendo for him directed to masters, mariners, and others of 
the said fleet. By K. 

Appointment of Adam de Herwyngton, king's clerk, of the custody of 
the oflice of the treasurership of the Exchequer, Dublin, until further 
order. By p.s. 

Mandate to Walter de Istlepp, late treasurer of the said Exchequer, or 
his lieutenant, to deliver to him the roUS; keys, memoranda and other 
things relating to the office. By p.s. 

Appointment, during pleasure, of Henry de Hambury, as chief justice of 
the Bench, Dublin, with the usual fee. ' By K. 

Mandate to the justices of that Bench to admit him. 

Mandate to the treasurer and chamberlains of the Exchequer, Dublin, 
to pay him the fee. 



198 



CALENDAR OF PATENT ROLLS. 



1325. 

Dec. 11. 

Tower of 

Loudon. 



Dec. 10. 

Tower of 
London. 



Dec. 6. 

Westminster. 



Dec. 5. 

Westminster. 



Dec. 11. 

Tower of 
London. 



Dec. 13. 
Tower of 
London, 

Dec. 10. 
Tower of 
London. 



Dec. 14. 

Tower of 
London. 



Membrane 12 — cont. 

Appointment, during pleasure, of Roger de Birthop as second justice of 

the same Bench, with the usual fee. By K. 

Mandate to the said Henry to admit him. By K. 

Mandate to the said treasurer and chamberlains to pay him the fee. By K. 

Grant to the abbot and convent of Faversham of all the issues and 
profits of the temporalities of that abbey during the last voidance, which 
pertain or could in any wise pertain to the king on that account. By K. 

Mandate to Stephen de la Dane, late keeper of that abbey, to deliver the 
same to the abbot and convent. By K. 

Mandate to the treasurer and barons of the Exchequer to acquit the said 
Stephen and the abbot and convent of the same. By K. 

Licence for Thomas de Coudray to enfeoff William de Warbelton, parson 
of the church of Warbelton, and Richard de Coudray of a moiety of the 
manor of Berton Sacy, held in chief, and for the latter to regrant the same 
to him for life, with remainders to Fulk de Coudray and Joan his wife, and 
the heirs of their bodies, and to the right heirs of the said Thomas. 

By fine of 100-s. Southampton. 

Presentation of Laurence de Brandeston, prebendary in the church of 
St. Mary, Leycestre, in the diocese of Lincoln, to the church of Sibbesdon, 
in the same diocese, in the king's gift by reason of the temporalities of the 
abbey of Lyre being in his hands ; on an exchange of benefices with Robert 
de Leycestre. By K. • 

Pardon to William le Fogheler of Holey m for acquiring to him and his 
heirs from Ralph de Sancto Martino a messuage and a bovate and a half of 
land in Holeym and from John Aldelot 6 acres of meadow in Neusum by 
Frothyngham, held in chief as of the honor of Albemarle, as appears by 
inquisition made by Simon de Grymmesby, escheator in the counties of 
York, &c. and entering therein without licence; with licence for him to 
retain the same. 

Appointment, during pleasure, of Gilbert de Syngelton as second justice 
of the pleas following the justiciary of Ireland, with the usual fee. By K. 
Mandate to Nicholas Fastolf to admit him. 

Power during pleasure to Nicholas Kyriel, captain and admiral of the 
fleet from the mouth of the Thames westwards, to make scrutiny in all 
ports and places along the coast for any letters brought into the realm 
prejudicial to the crown, and to arrest the persons with whom they are 
found and send them to the king, or if he be abroad to have them kept in 
custody, but he is not by this pretext to take occasion of invading or 
aggrieving merchants or others crossing the sea. [Fcedera.] By K. 

The like to John Sturmy, captain and admiral of the fleet of ships of 
Great Yarmouth and all places from the mouth of the Thames north- 
wards. 

Protection with clause nolumusy for one year, for Robert son of Richard 
de Melnho of Bikeleswade. 



MEMBRANE 11. 

Dec. 7. Presentation of William de Clare, parson of the church of Helmyngham, 

Westminster, in the diocese of Norwich, to the church of Kirkeby, in the diocese of 

Lincoln, in the king's gift by reason of his custody of the land and heir 

of Richard de Wylughby, tenant in chief ; on an exchange of benefices 

with Alan de Medefeld. 



19 EDWARD 11.— 1\\RT 1. 



199 



1325. 



Dec. 6. 

Tower of 
London. 

Dec. 8. 

Westminster, 



Dec. 8. 

Tower of 
London. 

Dec. 9. 

Tower of 
London. 

Dec. 9. 

Tower of 
London. 



Dec. 10. 

Tower of 
London. 

Dec. 11. 

Tower of 
London. 



Dec. 6. 
Tower of 
London. 



Dec. 9. 

Tower of 
London. 

Dec. 14. 
Tower of 
London. 

Dec. 14. 

Tower of 
London. 

Dec. 11. 

Tower of 
London. 



Mciiibirnie 11 — cont. 

Safe-conduct, for one year, for Edward de Balliolo, coming to the realm, 
and for the men of his household. By K. 

Protection and safe-conduct, until Michaelmas, for Nicholas, monk of 
the abbey of Clairvaux of the Cistercian order, making a visitation of 
houses of that order in England, Wales and Ireland. By K. 

Licence for the alienation in mortmain by John le Archer of 3 stalls 
[sddas) in the suburb of London to the prior and brethren of the Hospital 
of St. John of Jerusalem in England, towards the maintenance of a 
chaplain to celebrate divine service daily in the church of St. John, 
Clerkenwell, for the souls of the said John, Thomas his brother, and the 
faithful departed. By line of 40.s. London. 

Appointment, during pleasure, of William de Wyllardeby to the bailiwick 
of the forestership of Foulowode in the hay of Skalleby, with the usual 
wages. By p.s. 

Pardon to William, prior of Tykeford, for all trespasses of vert in the 
forest of Salcey. By K. on the information of Hugh le Despenser. 

Licence for the prior of Tikeford to present for this turn a fit parson to 
two parts of the church of Botyngdone in the diocese of Lincoln, which are 
of his patronage and are void by the death of the last rector, notwithstanding 
that the said priory is in the king's hands for certain causes. By K. 

Master Richard de Clare, parson of the church of Dungarvan, staying in 
England, has letters nominating Walter de Stoke and Thomas Prendregas 
as his attorneys in Ireland for three years. 

Ratification of the estate of Master William de Weston, king's clerk, pre- 
bendary of Derset in the cliurch of Lichfield, of the patronage of the bishop 
of Coventry and Lichfield, and of Godichestre in the free chapel of St. 
Martin le Grand, London, of the king's patronage, notwithstanding any 
right of the king therein. By K. 

Licence for Edmund de Bohun and Maud his wife to enfeoff Roger de 
Ryvers of the manor of Cristeshale, co. Essex, held in chief as of the 
castle of Aungre, and of the manor of Elmedon, co. Essex, held in chief as 
of the honor of Boulogne, as appears by inquisition made by John de 
Blomvull, escheator in the counties of Essex, &c. ; and for him to regrant 
the same to them and the heirs of Edmund. 

Protection with clause volumus, for one year, for Thomas de Askeby, 
staying on the king's service in Gascony. 

By testimony of the constable of Bordeaux. 

Appointment, during pleasure, of Simon de Knottyngley to the office of 
porter of the king's castle of Pontefract, with the usual fee and wages. 

By p.s. 

The like of John de Eston, king's clerk, to the office of controller of the 
mine of Combemartyn, co. Devon, with the usual wages. 

By bill of the treasurer. 

Writ of aid directed to the mayor and sheriffs of London in favour of 
Robert de Holden, king's clerk, to whom the king by letters patent has 
granted the keeping of the House of Converts, London, for life, in collecting 
rents given for the maintenance of the said converts from tenements in the 
said city, which are detained by the tenants. 

The like, directed to the mayor and bailiffs of Oxford. 



200 



CALENDAR OF PATENT ROLLS. 



1325. 

Dec. 12. 

Tower of 
London. 



Dec. 10. 

Tower of 
London. 

Dec. 12. 
Tower of 
London. 



Dec. 15. 
Tower of 
London. 

Dec. 12. 

Tower of 
London. 



Dec. 28. 

Bury 

St. Edmunds. 

Dec. 30. 

Haughley 
{Haule). 



^lemhyanc 11 — cont» 

Pardon to Joceus de Spaldyng for the death of Thomas de Kyrkeby, as 
it appears by the record and process of John le {dc) Bousser and his fellows, 
justices assigned to deliver the gaol of Neugate, that he killed him in self- 
defence. By pet. of C. 

Exemption for life of Thomas de Ingaldesthorp from being put on 
assizes, juries or recognitions, and from appointment as sheriff, coroner or 
other minister of the king against his will. By K. 

Pardon, at the request of Master Pancius de Controne, king's clerk and 
doctor, to Castruccius alias Construccius de Anterminellis for the death of 
Ciacus Roncinus ; and of the abjuration of the realm which he made on 
that account, as is said. By K. 

Licence, for good service done by Richard de Perers, for Petronilla, late 
the wife of John de Benstede, tenant in chief, to marry the said Richard, if 
she will ; but, if she will not, then let that which pertains to the king of 
her marriage be saved to the king. By p.s. 

Adam le Breton, staying in England, has latters nominating Henry de 
Bernesley as his attorney in Ireland for one year. 

Mary, late the wife of Aymer de Valencia, earl of Pembroke, going beyond 
seas, has letters nominating Master John de Rediswell and John de 
Crosseby as her attorneys until Midsummer. 

The same Mary, executrix of the will of the earl, has the like. 

Protection with clause riolunms for Richard de Monte Caniso, going with 
the said Mary, to endure as above. 
The like for the following : — 

Richard de Bauton, parson of the church of Esthanyngfeld. 

Philip de Lucheto, parson of the church of Swanescombe. 

Simon, parson of the church of Baldeswell. 

Richard de Plaiz. 

John Moriz. 

Thomas Priour. 

Hermann de Brikendon. 

Roger Houtoft. 

John de Chastelmartyn. 

Alexander de Syncton, parson of the church of Fprnekeye. 

John de Laveham. 

The prior of Frumpton. 

Hugh de Turplyton, staying in England, has letters nominating Richard 
de Offele as his attorney in Ireland for two years. 

Pardon to Bogo de Knovill, knight, for a fine made by him, of his 
rebellion ; with restitution of his lands and goods. By p.s. 

Mandate to Thomas, earl of Norfolk and marshal of England to deliver 
the same to him. 

The like to the following : — 
Hugh le Despenser the younger. 
Humphrey de Northwod. 

Robert de Hungerford, keeper of forfeited lands in the county of Wilts. 
Robert de Aston, keeper of such lands in the county of Gloucester. 
Mandate to the treasurer and barons of the Exchequer to restore to him 
bis lands taken into the king's hands and let by them to farm. By p.s. 



19 EDWARD II.— Part 1. 



201 



1325. 

Dec. 26. 

Bury 

St. Edmunds. 



1326. 

Jan. 2. 

Haughley. 

1325. 

Dec. 27. 

Bury 
St. Edmunds. 



Membrane 11 — cont. 

Pardon to the prior and convent of Kerseye for acquiring in mortmain 
divers parcels of land, to wit in Edwardeston, from John de Punton, 3 acres 
of land, from John Hersent, 3 acres of land, from Rohert Hersent, 5 acres of 
land and 1 rood of pasture, from William Merywedere, -^ acre of pasture, 
from John le Taillour, 1 acre of pasture, from Rohert Ilert, 3 roods of 
land, from Gilhert le Hert, 1 acre of land, from Hugh le Thacchere, 1 acre 
of land, from Alice Dulle, 1 acre of land, and from William de Edwardeston, 
2 acres, 1 rood, of land ; in Boxford, from Sarah Lyvyng, ^ acre of pasture ; 
in Kerseye, from Adam Gunnyld, 8 acres of land, and from Adam 
W^ryghtesone, 8 acres of land ; in Leleseye, from John de Tya, 1 acre of 
land ; in Whatefeld, from Thomas de Cokefeld, 5 acres of land, from Isabel 
Graveny, 6 acres of land, from Avelina Gravcny, 6 acres of land, from 
Isabel Graveny and Avelina Graveny, i acre of pasture, and from Heloise 
Graveny, 9 acres of land and ^ acre of pasture ; and in Berkyngg, from 
Robert de Belstede, 3 acres of land ; and entering therein after the publica- 
tion of the statute of mortmain without licence ; and licence for them to 
retain the same. By K. 

Brothers Roger de Neteshirde and John de Erpyngham, fellow-monks of 
the prior and convent of St. Benet's, Hulme, bringing news of the death 
of Henry, their abbot, have letters directed to the prior and convent of 
licence to elect. By p.s. 

Protection with clause uolumus, for two years, for John de Hegham, clerk. 



Dec. 11. 
Tower of 
London. 



Dec. 12. 

Tower of 
London. 

Dec. 12. 
Tower of 
London. 



Dec. 14. 

Tower of 
London. 



MEMBRANE 10. 

Protection with clause volumus, until Midsummer, for Master William de 
Weston, parson of the church of Aderbury, going beyond seas on the king's 
service. By K. 

The like for the following going with him : — 
John de Oxneford, ' taverner.' 

Andrew, parson of a mediety of the church of Morton. 
John de Felsted, 'taverner.' 

The same Master William has letters nominating William de Holcote 
and Thomas atte Welde as his attorneys for one year. 

Pardon to Thomas de Trenyer for acquiring in fee tail a messuage, 28 
acres of land, and 18 acres of moor in Trenyer, held in chief as of the 
manor of Alwerton, which is in the king's hands by the forfeiture of 
Henry le Tyeys, as appears by inquisition made by John Everard, escheator 
in the counties of Cornwall, &c. and licence for him to retain the same. 

Pardon to Michael Rosel for the death of Nicholas son of Arnold de 
Percy of Kildale, and for the death of Ralph Scot of Neuton in Cliveland, 
and of any consequent outlawries. 

By K. on the information of G. le Scrop. 

Appointment, during pleasure, of Richard de Grey to the custody of the 
castle of Notingham. By K. 

Mandate to Henry de Faucomberge, the keeper thereof, to deliver the 
castle to him with the armour, victuals, and other things therein, by 
indenture. By K. 

Vacated because on the Fine Roll under the same date. 



202 



CALENDAR OF PATENT ROLLS. 



1325. 

Dec. 10. 
Tower of 
London. 

Dec. 14. 

Tower of 
London. 

Dec. 17. 

Havering atte 
Bower. 



Dec. 16. 

Havering atte 
Bower^ 



Dec. 15. 
Tower of 
London. 
Dec. 26. 

Bury 

St. Edmunds. 

Dec. 10. 

Tower of 
London. 



Dec. 28. 

Bury 

St. Edmunds. 

Dec. 27. 

Bury 

St. Edmunds. 



Dec. 27. 

Bury 
St. Edmunds, 



1326. 

Jan. 2. 

flaughley. 



Membrane 10 — cant. 

Pardon to the citizens of Carlisle, in consideration of their losses by the 
incursions of the Scots, of 160Z. due at the Exchequer for their farm, 
of the seventeenth and eighteenth years of the present king. By K. 

Presentation of Richard de Norton, parson of the church of Bokenhale, 
in the diocese of Lincoln, to the church of Menstreworth, in the diocese of 
Hereford, on an exchange of benefices with William de Thuneyk. 

Appointment, during pleasure, of William de Botereux to the custody of 
the castle of Tyntagel. By p.s. 

Mandate to the keeper thereof to deliver the castle to him by indenture, 
with the victuals, armour and other things in the same. 

The like of John Pecche to the custody of the castle of Corf and of the 
warren of Purbyk to hold in the same manner as former keepers have held 
the same. By p.s. 

Mandate to John de Latimer for livery of the castle and warren to 
him. By p.s. 

Protection with clause nolumus for one year for John de la Haye. 
The like for the warden of the hospital of St. Mary, Anesty. 

Writ of aid for one year for John de Bedeford, charged by Thomas de 
Useflete, king's clerk, clerk of the Great Wardrobe, to provide necessary 
carriage for the same office. By K. 

The like for Thomas de Crull. 

Protection with clause nolumus, for one year, for Master Richard de 
Baldok, parson of the church of Stebenheth. 

The like for Benedict de Braham, for one year. 

Grant to Richard, abbot of St. Edmund's that the chancellor of the king 
shall issue the writ de excoimnunicato capiendo at the signification and 
request of the said abbot in chancery, as he does at the signification and 
request of archbishops and bishops, in the case of persons excommunicated 
within the exempt jurisdiction of the abbot. By K. 

Licence after inquisition ad quod damnum made by John de Bolyngbrok, 
escheator in the counties of Warwick, &c. for the abbot of Roucestre in 
Dovedale to remove the chapel of Halywell, co. Warwick, which is situated 
in a solitary dangerous spot on the highway of Watlyngstrete, frequented by 
robbers who rob the canons dwelling there and others passing along that 
street, and to make and maintain the chantry long since established in the 
chapel for the souls of Robert de Cotes and Richard Fyton, in the abbot's 
conventual church of Roucestre ; and to this end to let to farm the 2^ vir- 
gates of land in Halyw^ell, Chirchewaure and Clift'ton, which the abbot holds 
for the maintenance of the chantry. By fine of 20.s'. Stafford. 

Writ of aid directed to all mayors, bailiffs, ministers and the barons of 
the Cinque Ports and other ports and shores and to the masters and 
mariners of all ships of the fleet from the mouth of the Thames westwards, 
in favour of Nicholas Kiriel, appointed as captain and admiral of the said 
fleet. By K. 

Writ of aid in favour of John de Sturmy, appointed as captain and 
admiral of the fleet towards the north. 



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203 



1325. 

Dec. 27. 

Biuy 
St. Edmunds. 



1326. 
Jan. 11. 

South 
Elmham. 
Jan. 10. 

South 
Elmham. 

Jan. 13. 

South 
Elmham. 



1325. 

Dec. 2. 

Westminster. 



Membrane 10 — cont. 

Pardon, at the request of Master Pancius de Controne, the king's doctor, 
to Leuin Denusus de Luca for the death of John Cacheger. By p.s. 

The like to the following for the death of the same John : — 
Doftus Oddy de Luca. 
Guy Bonconty de Luca. 

Notification of the royal assent to the election of John de Aylesham, prior 
of the house of St. Benet, Hulme, to be abbot of that place. 

Safe-conduct, until Whitsunday, for William le Forester, yeoman of the 
countess of Fife, the king's niece, who lately came to the king from Scot- 
land, returning to the same parts with a groom. By K. 

Licence for Hugh de Naunton to enfeoff William Neuman and Hugh de 
Frantiston, chaplains, of the manor of Leyre atte Haye, co. Essex, held in 
chief as of the honor of Boulogne, and of lOO.s-. of rent in Alderton, co. 
Suffolk, held in chief as of the honor of Eye, and for them to regrant the 
manor to him, Eleanor his wife and John his son, in survivorship, on 
condition that the manor shall remain to the heirs of the body of John, or 
failing such to the right heirs of Hugh, and to regrant the rent to him, 
Eleanor his wife, and Hugh his son, in survivorship, on condition that the 
same shall remain to the heirs of the body of the said Hugh son of Hugh, 
or failing such to the right heirs of Hugh. 

Licence, for a fine of 2,000 marks made by James le Botyller of Ireland, 
son and heir of Edmund le Botyller of Ireland, tenant in chief, whereof he 
will pay to the king at the Exchequer of Dublin at Easter next 1001. and at 
Michaelmas lOOZ. and so from year to year until the whole be paid, for the 
said James to marry whomsoever he will. 

Memora7idum, that this patent is not enrolled on the Fine Roll, because 
the said James made a recognisance to the king of the said sum, as appears 
on the Close Roll of the same year. 



Dec. 12. 

Tower of 
London. 



Dec. 1 3. 

Tower of 
London. 



MEMBRANE 9. 

Whereas Thomas, late earl of Lancaster, long before he forfeited to the 
king, granted in mortmain to the abbot and convent of Mere vale 120 acres 
of land in Hertyndon, parcel of the manor of Pillesbury, held of the king as 
of the manor of Hertyndon, co. Derby, which manor is in the king's hands 
by the forfeiture of the earl, as appears by inquisition made by John de 
Bolingbrok, escheator in the counties of Derby, &c. in exchange for 60 
acres of land in the same town, and a release to him and his heirs of 20.5. 
yearly which the abbot and convent used to receive from him at his 
exchequer of Tuttebury, and they entered therein without licence ; the king 
for a fine made by the abbot has pardoned the trespass herein and granted 
licence for the abbot and convent to retain the same. 

By fine of 40s. Derby. 

Whereas John de Goldyngton used to receive out of the manor of Wilie, 
now held by Thomas du Boys and Margaret his wife, 6 marks yearly with 
which the manor is charged for the life of Sarah de Castello, and because 
the lands of the said John are now in the king's hands on account of his 
rebellion, the 6 marks are required for the king of the same Thomas and 
Margaret from the time of the taking of the lands into his hands, he 
has pardoned the said Thomas all arrears of the 6 marks and released him 
from payment of the same for such time as the lands remain in the king's 
hands. By p.s. 



201 



CALENDAR OF PATENT ROLLS. 



1325. 
Dec. 12. 
Tower of 

London. 



Dec. 11. 

Tower of 
London. 



Feb. 14. 
Westminster. 



Dec. 11. 
Tower of 
London. 



Dec. 15. 

Havering atte 
Bower. 



Dec. 26. 

Bury 
St. Edmunds. 

Nov. 23. 
Westminster. 



Dec. 26. 

Bury 

St. Edmunds. 



Dec. 21. 

Lamarsh. 



Dec. 27. 

Bury 

St. Edmunds. 

1326. 
.Jan. 3; 

Haughley. 



Membrane 9 — cont. 

Licence for William de Esshton to enfeoff Richard de Merclesden of a 
messuage and 6 bovates of land in Broghton in Cravene, held in chief as 
of the honor of the Castle of Skipton, as appears by inquisition made by 
Simon de Grymmesby, escheator in the counties of York, &c. 

Safe-conduct, for one year, for Master William de Weston, king's clerk, 
parson of the church of Aderbury, and canon of the church of St. Mary, 
Lincoln, going beyond seas to forward business enjoined on him by the 
king. By K. 

Pardon to Nicholas, parson of the church of Kyngesdon of his outlawry 
in the county of Kent for non-appearance before the king to answer touching 
a plea of trespass of Richard atte Gate of London and Hugh de Assheland. 

Vacated because un the Patent Boll of the eifjliteenth year. By p.s. 

Pardon to Ralph le Parker for acquiring to him and his heirs from 
Thomas de Dokwra 9 acres of land in Hoton ' in the Forest,' held in chief, 
and entering therein without licence ; and grant that he shall have the same 
again. By fine of lOs. 

Commission, during pleasure, to Thomas de Bradestan of the custody of 
the king's chace of Kyngeswode by Bristol, with the usual fee. By p.s. 

Mandate to Michael Daune, late keeper of the chace, to deliver it to him. 

By the same writ. 

Mandate to the constable of the castle of Bristol to pay him the usual 
wages and fees. By the same writ. 

Grant to John Perbron of the king's ship called la Cristofre with its 
gear (attilio). By K. 

Mandate to Henry de Horseye to deliver the same to him. 

Presentation of Robert de Brustewyk, king's clerk, to the church of 
Ribbelcestre in the archdeaconry of Richemund, void by the resignation of 
Robert de Pokelynton, the last rector, and in the king's gift by reason of 
the lands late of Thomas, earl of Lancaster, a rebel, being in his hands. 

By p.s. 

Pardon to Ralph Basset of Drayton, in consideration of his services in 
the duchy [of Aquitaine], of the burning and destruction of the bastide of 
St. Sardos (Sancti Sacerdotis) and the plundering and killing of men there, 
and of all felonies and trespasses which might hereafter be charged against 
him. By K. 

Licence, at the request of Hugh le Despenser the younger, for the abbot 
and convent of Coggeshale to acquire in mortmain land and rent, not held 
in chief, to the value of lOOs. a year. By p.s. 

Vacated because surrendered because on 22 July, 16 Richard Ily the abbot 
and convent acquired land and rent in full satis/action hereof. 

Presentation of Bartholomew de Bradden to the church of Merkefeld, in 
the diocese of Lincoln. 



Appointment, during pleasure, of Simon Warde to the custody of the 
corpus of the castle of Pontefract for the munition of the same and the 
defence of those parts against the incursions of enemies and for the bridling 
of any malefactors in those parts, with the usual fee. By K. 

Mandate to Thomas Deyvill to deliver the corpus to him. 

Vacated because below. 



19 EDWARD II.— Part 1. 



1326. 

Jan. 2. 
Haughley. 



Jan. 3. 
Haughley. 



Jan. 3. 

Haughley. 



Jan. 4. 

Haughley . 



Jan. 4. 

Haughley. 



Jan. 8. 

South 

Elmham. 



Jan. 9. 
Hoxne. 



Jan. 12. 

South 
Elmham. 

Jan. 10. 

South 
Elmham. 

Jan. 18. 
Norwich. 



1325. 
Dec. 18. 

Mountnessing. 

{Gynges 

Mounteny) 



Membrane 9 — cont. 

Licence for William son of Laurence de Hoo, bondman of the king's 
manor of Haule, co. Suffolk, to be promoted to all holy orders notwith- 
standing that he is the king's bondman. By p.s. 

John de Bello Becco in Normandy, staying beyond seas, has letters 
nominating Thomas de Giorsio, lay brother of the said house, and Marcel- 
linus de Alneto, clerk, as his attorneys in Ireland for three years. 

By fine of GOs. Ireland. 

Appointment, during pleasure, of Simon Warde to the custody of the 
corpus of the castle of Pontefract, as above. 

Mandate to Thomas Deyvill as above. 

Memorandum that the said Simon made oath before Master Robert de 
Baldok, the chancellor, to be faithful herein. 

Mandate to John de Rithre, constable of the castle of Skypton in Cravene, 
to be counselling and helping unto him with all his posse whenever 
necessary. 

The like to Richard de Musle, constable of the castles of Sandale and 
Conyngesburgh. 

Pardon to Thomas le Hunt of his outlawry in the county of Essex for 
non-appearance before John de Mutford and John de Bousser, justices of 
oyer and terminer touching certain trespasses against Hugh le Despenser 
the younger, to answer touching trespasses at the manor of Wykes, co. 
Essex, on condition that he surrender to prison forthwith and stand his 
trial if the said Hugh will proceed against him. By K. 

Licence for Thomas, earl of Norfolk and marshal of England to enfeoff 
William de Neuport, parson of the church of Radenhale, and Richard de 
Burstede, parson of the church of Stonham, of the manor of Radenhale, 
CO. Norfolk, and of the advowson of the church of the said manor, held in 
chief ; and for the latter to regrant the same to the earl and Alice his wife 
and the heirs of the said Alice. By K. 

Presentation of Alan de Medefeld, parson of the church of Kirkeby, in 
the diocese of Lincoln, to the church of Helmyngham, in the diocese of 
Norwich, in the king's gift by reason of the bishopric being in his hands ; 
on an exchange of benefices with William de Clare. By p.s. 

Grant, during pleasure, to William Martel of all his lands in Nymnesfeld, 
CO. Gloucester, which the king lately took into his hands. By K. 

Licence for Thomas son of Henry le Wrighte of Haule, king's bondman 
of the manor of Haule, co. Suffolk, to be promoted to all holy orders. 

By p.s. 

Grant during pleasure to Nicholas del Despens, king's yeoman, in aid of 
the maintenance of his wife and children, of all the lands late of William 
de Bredon, in the town of Chelardeston, co. Derby, in the king's hands by 
reason of the rebellion of the said William. By p.s. 

Presentation of John Waryn, king's clerk, parson of the church of 
Whitchurche, in the diocese of Lincoln, to the church of High Aungre, in 
the diocese of London, on an exchange of benefices with Hugh de Osevill. 

By p.s. 



206 



CALENDAR OF PATENT ROLLS. 



1325. 

Dec. 28. 

Bury 

vSt. Edmunds. 



Dec. 30. 

Haughley. 

1326. 

•Tan. 3. 
Ilaughley. 



Jan. 3. 
Haugliley. 



.Jan. 1. 
Ilaughley. 



Jan. 3. 
Haughley. 



.Jan. 3. 
Lopham. 



BIEMBRANE 8. 

Inspe.vimiis and confirmation, although the manor is held in chief, of a 
grant (in French) dated at Bury St. Edmunds, 27 December, 19 Edward II, 
by Hugh le Despenser, lord of Glamorgan and ^Morganno, to William son of 
Paulinus de Iverdif of the manor of Rokhampton, except the advowson of 
the church thereof, to hold to him and his heirs by the service of a knight's 
fee, and suit to the said Hugh's court of Teukesbirs every three weeks in 
exchange for the manor of Waleton. Witnesses : — Sir Robert de Mohaut, 
Robert de Watevill, John de Bek, Richard Talbot, Robert Sapy, John 
Sapy, Edmund Gascelyn, ' chivalers,' Alan de Thesdale, John le Botiller 
and others. By K. 

Licence for Richard de Tudeworth to grant for life to Richard de Tolouse 
2 messuages, a mill and a virgate of land in Muleford, co. Wilts, held in 
chief. By fine of 40s. 

Appointment of Richard de Wynneferthyng and Geoffrey de Bliburgh, 
canon of Torkeseye, to survey the castles, manors, lands and goods of 
John de Britannia, earl of Richmond, in all counties, and to see to the 
safe keeping thereof. By K. 

Letters of credence for them directed to the bailiffs, ministers, freemen 
and all other tenants of the said earl. By K. 

Appointment, during pleasure, of John Danyel to the custody of the 
castle and land of Radenore, where Margaret, lady Mortimer {(h Mortuo Mart) 
of Wygemor, mother of Roger de Mortuo Mari of W^ygemor, the king's rebel, 
was accustomed to stay, and at which place as well as at Worcester she was 
accustomed, as the king is informed, to hold meetings of suspected persons, 
for which reason the king has commanded her to be removed from 
Worcester to the abbey of Elnestowe by Bedeford ; and the said John is 
to receive the same fee as other constables of that castle, and the said 
Margaret is to receive the issues thereof by some receiver appointed by 
herself and satisfy the said John of his fee. By K. 

Licence for William de Haselwell to enfeoff Robert de Clyve, chaplain, of 
a messuage, a carucate of land, 3 acres of meadow, 3 acres of moor, and 32.?. 
of rent in Kyngesnorton, held in chief ; and for the latter to regrant the 
same to the said William and Margery his wife for their lives, with 
remainders to William Benet and Lucy his wife, and the heirs of their bodies, 
and to the right heirs of William Benet. By fine of 100s. Worcester. 

Whereas William Wylles lately acquired in fee from William de Harecourt, 
8 acres of land and an acre of meadow in Puntele, co. Oxford, held in chief, 
and Henry le Clerk of Staunton Harecourt afterwards acquired from the said 
William the premises, and from John de Harecourt a messuage, a toft and 
an acre of meadow in Staunton Harecourt, held in chief, and entered into 
the same without licence ; the king, for a fine made by the said Henry, has 
pardoned these trespasses, and granted that he shall have the premises again 
to hold to him and his heirs. By fine of lO-s-. Oxford. 

Appointment, during pleasure, of Edmund Dacre to follow and arrest 
John Lelly of Carleton, clerk, and bring him to the king wherever he may 
be. By K. 

The like of the following : — 
The sheriff of York. 
Adam Bower. 
Richard Skynner. 
Simon Warde. 
John de Rythere. 



19 EDWARD II.— Part 1. 207 



1326. Membrane 8 — cant. 

Jan. 6. Licence for the alienation in mortmain by John son of John Butetourt 

Lopham. of a messuage, 20 acres of land, 5 acres of meadow, 10 acres of pasture, 

and 20.S. of rent in Belchamp William to a chaplain to celebrate divine 

service daily in the church there for the souls of John Butetourt, Maud 

late the wife of John Butetourt, their ancestors and the faithful departed. 

By fine of 6 marks. Essex. 

Jan. 8. Licence for Maud late the wife of John Boutetourt, to grant in fee tail 

Hoxne. to John son of John Butetourt an acre of land in Belchamp Otes and the 
advowson of the church of that town, held in chief as of the honor of 
Boulogne, as appears by inquisition made by John de Blomvill, escheator 
in the counties of Essex, &c. with successive remainders in tail to Otes and 
Robert the brothers of the said John, and reversion to Maud and her heirs. 

Jan. 11. Presentation of Thomas de Barneby to the church of Bramwith, in the 

South diocese of York, void by the resiraation of Master John de Thoresby, the 
Elmham. i , . "^ 

last rector. 

Jan. 12, Impeximiis and confirmation of the following to the abbot and convent 

South of Leiston : — 

Elmham. ^jj ^ grant in frank almoin by Gilbert Pecche, knight, to Robert, 

abbot of Leiston and the convent there, of all the lands which they 
had of the fee of the said Gilbert in Hachetun, Gleringe, Eston, 
Wicham, Pethaye, Framesden and other towns or places of his fee, 
with all appurtenances, absolutely. Witnesses : — Robert de Valeins, 
William de Bovil', John de Bovil', James de Crek, Thomas de Craven, 
Adam de Cove, knights, Philip de Booking, John Bomund, Roger 
de Wickelowe, William de Meleburne, John son of Bartholomew 
de Tudeham, John de Leyston, John de Acolch', John de Staumpes, 
Gilbert Yve and others. 

(2) The like by Nicholas de Falsham to the abbot and convent of 12d. 
of rent which he used to receive from Peter son of the sometime 
Adam de Monasterio of Knodeshal with the whole lordship of the 
whole tenement which Adam de Monasterio and the above Peter 
his son held of Sir Hamo, father of the said Nicholas, and of the 
said Nicholas, in the towns of Knodeshal, Buxloue and Leyston. 
Witnesses : — Philip de Booking, John de Leyston, William de 
Hemenhal, William Fickelyn, Robert de Rendham, Richard de 
Braham, Hubert Knot and others. 

(3) The like by John son of William de Lyvermere and Maud his wife 
of the whole land and the whole tenement which they held of the 
said abbot and convent in the towns of Thebertone and Westletone 
or other towns and places adjoining with their appurtenances. 
Witnesses : — John Bygot, knight, John de Leystone, John de Acholt, 
Thomas Cusyn, Thomas Bernard, Hubert Knot, Thomas Sieve, 
Adam le Poer, Geoffrey Gerard and others. 

(4) The like, dated at Leyston, on the morrow of the Purification, 7 
Edward [I], by Nicholas de Falsham, son of the sometime Sir 
Hamo de Falsham, knight, of the homage and service of William de 
Lyveremere due for the whole tenement which he held of the 
grantor in Thebertune, Leyston and Westlenetun, and which Sir 
Geoffrey Jurdi, knight, sometime held of the ancestors of the said 
Nicholas ; and grant to them also of all that he had of other tenants 
whatever in the said towns ; in consideration whereof the abbot and 
convent have received the said Nicholas, his wife and children as 
participants of all the goods which shall henceforth be in the house 
of Leyston. Witnesses : — James de Crek, Thomas de Cravene, 
knights, Philip de Booking, John de Acolch', John de Leyston, 
William de Hemenhal, Adam le Poer and others, By K, 



208 



CALENDAR OF PATENT ROLLS. 



1326. 
Dec. 12. 

Tower of 
London. 



Membrane 8 — cont. 

Licence for Maud Paynel to enfeoff John de Kyveleye of a third part of 
the manor of Bocton Alluf and the advowson of the church of that manor 
held in chief. By fine of 10 marks. Kent. 



MEMBBAXE 7. 

Jan. 3. Commission to William de Grey and John de Shelvyng to guard all 

Haughley. places along the coast of the Thames between Recolvre, Greyston and 

Whitstapel and search in all places where ships put in, both those entering 

the realm and those leaving the realm, and to arrest all who are carrying 

letters prejudicial to the crown, and send such letters with all speed to the 

king ; as he is informed that many persons, to evade the scrutiny of the 

persons appointed in the several ports for the capture of such letters, are 

frequently landed there in ships and boats. By K. & C. 

The like to the following in the following places: — 

Henry de Gosehall 

Alan de Twytham 

Thomas de Sandewyco 

John Peny 



John Fulmet 
William Herigaud 

William de Rokyngham 
Amisius Godeson 

John le Clerk 
Walter de Rokesle 
Reginald de Rokesle 
Walter de Upton 

John Elys 
William Fille 
Roger de Sothewyk 
Thomas de Gillyngham 

Richard de Polethorn 
Alexander Giles 
Richard Giles 
Stephen de Hegham 

Robert Boloyne 
Thomas de Pole 
Robert Gladewyn 
Reginald de Swafham 

Hamo Calvel 
William Ferour 

Salamon Potyn 
John Godewyn 
Roger le Chaundeler 
Gilbert Geldewyn 



Ralph de Sancto Laurencio 
Thomas Pusserum 



Between Sandwich and 
Reculvre. 



I Between Sandwich and 
) Dyele. 

] Between Derteford and 
I Herehith and Herehith 
j to Grenewych. 



From Derteford to Erethe. 



From Middelton to Rou- 
cestre. 



From Ereth to Grenewych. 



From Graveshend to Dert- 
ford on the Kentish side. 

In the towns of Grenewych 
and the ports thereof. 

Along the water of Medeway 
in the town of Roucestre 
and the port thereof on 
the Kentish side. 

The coast of the isle of 
Thanet and the ports of 
the towns of Margate and 
Stanregg. 



19 EDWARD II.— Part 1 



209 



1326. 



Membrane 7 — cont. 



Stephen de Boclond 
Bartholomew de Moriston 
William Dengesell 

John Hope 
John Batwayn 



Randolf de Holm, king's bailiff of 
Graveshend. 



Roger de Langedon 
Hugh de Bermundeseye 

The Master of the Domiis Dei of 

Honichild 
John Eleis 
Richard de Freland 

Thomas le Ken 
William Hurtyn 
Alexander Hurtyn 
William Virgili 
John atte See 
John Monyn , 
Thomas le Byer 
Thomas de Rothyng 

John Elis 
Richard Freland 
John Gerard 
Thomas de Brokhull 

Stephen Everard 
Robert de Silegrave 

Henry Bygot 
Thomas Chaumpeneys 

Thomas Quikman 

Robert Hert 

John de Hevere 
Joseph Russel 

Hugh Chaumpeneis 

Henry Wygot 

Robert Broun 

Thomas Edward of Sandwich 

Thomas de Estwell 
Thomas de Brokhull 

John Ordemere 
John atte Sarterye 

3317 



) 



I 



J>etween Faversham and 
Middelton. 

In the port of Hithe and 
the liberty thereof. 

The ports and places in the 
ports of Graveshend and 
Clyve and other places 
between those towns. 

From Grayston to Faver- 
sham. 



Between the liberty of 
Hethe and Romeney. 



In Dover and thence to 
Walmer. 



Between Romeney and 
Hethe. 



In the town of Faversham 
and the port thereof. 

Sandwich. 

St. Mary atte Steyre. 

The port and liberty of 
Faversham. 

In Dyele and Walmere. 



Sandwich. 



From the lordship of Folke- 
ston to the liberty of Hithe. 



Between Hethe and 
Folkestan. 



Q 



210 



CALENDAR OF PATENT ROLLS. 



1326, 



Membrane 7 — cont. 



John de Se^rave 



The mayor of Folkestan 
John de Segrave 
Richard de Van tort 
John 'of Herde' 

William Hurthyn 
Thomas Rede 

Henry Underwalle 
William de Coiidieshalle 



I In the port of Folkestan and 
(- other places within his 
lordship. 



[ Between Folkestan and 
i Dover. 



J 



In the port of Dover. 



) Between Reculvre and 
I Greyston. 



In the port of Kyngeston. 



Simon Elys 
Thomas Elys 

All the names to this point are bracketed together under the heading In 
Comitatii Kaneie. 



John de la Gore juxta Sydyngburn 

William Beaufiz 
Walter Haukyn 
William Dakeham 
Thomas de Groan 



Stephen de Elham 

John de Wangeford 
John le Clerk 

Robert de la Vale 



William Beaufai 
Alan Godefrai 
Robert atte Chapele 
William Waschard 

Henry de Cobbeham 

Thomas de Meynill 
William de Sevauns 
Thomas Mannyng 

Thomas de Valoynes 
Stephen Douet 



) Between Faversham and 
I Reynham. 

I From Strode as far as the 
Thames. 



] Between the mouth of the 
y Medewaye and Graves- 
J hend. 

^ The port of Neubyggyng. 

j Between the liberty of 
V Tynmuth and the water 
) of Blith. 



Between Apeltre and Prom- 
huUe. 



\ Between Reynham and 

) Roucestre. 

j Between Promhull and 

f Dyngemarays. 

) The port of Redyng and 

1 Smallidde. 



William de Grey 
John de Shelvyng 

Vwated because above in the he<jinning of the roll. 



I Between Reculvre, Greston 
j and Whitstaple. 



Richard le Clerk 
John de Wyncestre 



Between Rotherhithe and 

Southwerk, 



19 EDWARD II.— Part 1. 



211 



13:^6, 



Membrane 7 — cnjit. 



Hamo Colbrand 
William Godard 
William de Ledes 

John de Faucomberc: 
William de Twenge 

Thomas Herry 
Robert Hog 

Henry de Elham 

Augustine le Tumour 
John de Hole 

John de Beteryngden 
Nicholas de Okham 



William Lang 
Thomas de Goseburn 
John le Tanner 



Henry Auche'r 
Stephen le Carpenter 

Roger de Horsle 
Gilbert de Borudon 



William Herigaud 
Richard de Fulmed 
Henry Perot 
John de Sandhurst 

Robert Darreis 
Robert de Cressewell 
Robert de Seton 

Roger de Reihamme 
William Litkyn 

John de Delham 
John de Mortimer 
William Homfrey 
Peter atte Peat 

The abbot of Battle, lord of Ingemarays 
Thomas de Menill 



John Lambyn 
Thomas Mannyng 



In the ports and places of 
Dyngemarays and 
Romenaye. 

Between the port of Whiteby 
and the town of Yarum. 

The port of Promhulle. 

Between Graveshend and 
Derteford. 

Between Blakewalles and 
Stone. 

Between Newenton and 
Bodyham. 

The ports of Apeldre, 
Smallide and Neuenden 
and thence by the coast 
of the water to Redyng, 
and all places between the 
said towns. 

Between Smallide and 
Neuenden. 

Between the water of Coket 
and the town of Halie- 
land. 

In the port of Walmere 
and the places from there 
to Sandwich. 

Between the water of 
Wanspyk and the water 
of Coket. 

The coast of the island of 
Shepey. 

From the mouth of the 
Medewaye to Graveshend. 



Between the liberty of 
Rumneye and the port 
of Wynchelse» 

The port of the town of 
Dertford. 

The port of the town of 
Ledes, 



212 



CALENDAR OF PATENT ROLLS. 



1326. 



Membrane 7 — cont. 
Thomas Dodde of Faversham \ 

John Malemeyns of Hoc 



Thomas le Deye of Bermundesey 



Between the town of Whit- 
staple and Faversham. 

From Strode to the Thames 
by the coast of Medewaye, 
as also in the island 
of Herthey Hoo and 
Groen. 



\ Along the coast of the 
:- Thames in Grenewych 
j and Retherhithe. 



Jan. 14. 

South 
Elmham. 



Jan. 16. 

Brooke. 



Jan. 10. 

South 
Elmham. 

Jan. 20. 
Norwich. 



Jan. 20. 
Norwich. 



Jan. 23. 
Norwich. 



Jan. 24. 
Norwich. 



MEMBRANE 6. 

Pardon at the request of John de Athy, to Alan de Logan of Ireland, 
who was taken in the company of Edward de Bruys and other Scots, 
enemies and rebels, invading the land of Ireland, in a conflict between the 
king's lieges there and the Scots, in which the said Edward fell, of his 
adherence to the Scots. By K. 

The like to Walter de Slymerichie of Ireland. By K. 

Licence for Isabel de Mortuo Mari to grant for life to Richard Talbot of 
Richard's Castle and Joan his wife the manor of Wodeham Mortymer, 22s. 
of rent and a rent of 1 lb. of pepper in Little Braxstede and the advowson 
of the church of Wodeham Mortymer, which are held in chief as of the 
honor of Peverel, with remainders to John their son and the heirs of his 
body and to the right heirs of Joan. 

Licence for the said Richard and Joan his wife to grant for life to the 
said Isabel the manor of Wychebaud, co. Worcester, held in chief, with 
reversion to the said Richard and Joan and their heirs. 

By fine of 101. Worcester. 

Licence for the prior and convent of Eye to appropriate the church of 
Laxfeld in the diocese of Norwich, which is of their advowson. By K. 

Grant to the prior and convent of Eye, who have quit-claimed to the 
king the advowsons of the churches of Thornedon and Melles, co. Suffolk, 
saving the pensions of ancient time due and accustomed to them therefrom, 
that they shall receive the said pensions as heretofore. By K. 

Appointment, during pleasure, of John Waryn, king's clerk, as one of 
the chamberlains of the Exchequer with the usual fee, in the place of 
Master William de Maldon, to whom the king lately committed the said 
office to hold at will, by reason of the lands late of Guy de Bello Campo, 
earl of Warwick, tenant in chief, being in his hands by reason of the 
minority of the heir. By p.s. 

Mandate to W. archbishop of York, the treasurer, to admit him to the 
office after taking his oath. By p.s. 

Grant to Thomas, earl of Norfolk and marshal of England, and Alice 
his wife, for their lives, of the manor of Ryburgh, co. Norfolk, late of 
Robert de Walkefare, a rebel, which escheated to the king by his forfeiture. 

ByK. 

Exemption, for life, of Roger de Donewyco from being put upon assizes, 
juries, or recognitions, and from appointment as sherifi", coroner, or other 
bailifi' or minister of the king, against his will, By K. 



19 EDWARD II.— Part 1. 



2l3 



1326. 

Jan. 20. 
Norwich. 



Jan. 24. 

Norwich. 



Jan. 24. 
Norwich. 

Jan. 27. 
Burgh. 



Jan. 22. 

Norwich. 



Jan. 28. 
Norwich. 



Jan. 26. 
Norwich. 

Feb. 4. 

Walsingham. 



Feb. 8. 
Gay wood . 



Membrane 6 — cont. 

Licence for Adam de Wannervyll to enfeoff Hugh de Flete, chaplain, of 
two parts of the manor of Hymmesworth and of the advowson of the church 
of the said manor, which are held in chief as of the honor of Pontefract, 
and of the reversion of the third part of the said manor after the death of 
Agnes late the wife of Adam de Wannervyll, 'chevaler,' and for the said 
Hugh to re-grant the same to him and Alice his wife and the heirs of their 
bodies, with remainder to John son of Adam de Wannervyll, ' chevaler,' 
and to the right heirs of Adam. 

Prohibition to all ecclesiastical persons from proceedings in derogation 
of the king's right of presentation to the church of Blachyngdon by reason 
of the priory of Lewes being in his hands, which he recovered by judgement 
of his court against the prior and of his presentation of Master Hamo de 
Cessay, king's clerk, to the same church. 

Mandate to mayors and others to arrest all persons taking such 
proceedings. 

Protection with clause nolumus, for one year, from William Bacon of 

Dertemuth. By p.s. 

The like for William Edward of Dertemuth. By p.s. 

Presentation of John de Lympol to the vicarage of the church of Great 
Okebourne, in the diocese of Salisbury, in the king's gift by reason of the 
temporalities of the abbey of Bee Hellouin being in his hands ; directed to 
the dean of S. Mary's, Salisbury. 

Licence for the alienation in mortmain by Master Robert de Pykering, 
dean of St. Peter's, York, of a messuage and 4 bovates of land in Heworth 
by York, to a chaplain to celebrate divine service daily in the chapel of 
St. Mary, Bouthum by York, for the soul of the king when he shall have 
departed this life and for the souls of his ancestors and successors, kings of 
England, the said Robert, his ancestors and heirs and all the faithful 
departed. By fine of 40.s. 

Protection with clause volumus until Midsummer for Thomas de 
Hockele, staying beyond seas on the king's service with Queen Isabel. 

Licence for the alienation in mortmain to the abbot and convent of 
Keynesham, in satisfaction of 60s. of the 10 marks yearly of land and rent, 
which they have the king's licence to acquire, by William de la Grene of 
4 messuages, 2 virgates of land, 2 acres of meadow, and 2s. of rent in Mars- 
feld, CO. Gloucester, not held in chief, of the value of 12s. yearly, as appears 
by inquisition made by John de Hampton, cscheator in the counties of 
Gloucester, &c., and by the said William and Geoffrey le Leche of Keynes- 
ham of 3 messuages, a carucate of land, 10 acres of meadow, 7 acres of 
pasture, and 7 acres of wood in Compton Dauno, co. Somerset, not held in 
cheif, of the value of 40s. as appears by inquisition made by John Everard, 
escheator in the counties of Somerset, &c. 

Presentation of Robert de Holden to the prebend of Pesemersh in the 
free chapel of Hastyngg, in the diocese of Chichester. By p.s. 

Renewed by the roll because sealed at another time. 



Jan. 20. 
Norwich. 



MEMBRANE 5. 



Licence, after inquisition ad quod damnum made by William de Weston, 
escheator in the counties of Surrey, &c., and the city of London for the 



214 



CALENDAR OF PATENT ROLLS. 



1326. 



Jan. 20. 

Norwich. 



Jan. 18. 
Norwich. 



Jan. 17. 

Langley 
Abbey. 

Jan. 12. 

South 
Eliuham. 



.Jan. 21. 
Norwich. 



Jan. 21. 

Norwich. 

Jan. 22. 
Norwich. 



Jan. 24. 

Norwich. 

Jan. 23. 
Norwich. 



Jan. 25. 
Norwich. 



Membrane 5 — cont. 

master and brethren of the hospital of St. Bartholomew, Smythfeld, 
London, to enclose for the enlargement of their dwelling-place two void 
plots of the king's in Smythefeld, in the suburb of London, one of these 
plots being 2 perches 5 feet in length by 1 perch li foot in breadth, and 
the other 6 perches 12 feet in length, by 1 perch 1| foot in breadth at one 
end and 3 feet at the other end, and of the value of 6d. a year ; they 
rendering for these 12^/. a year by the hands of the sheriffs of London. 

By pet. of Parliament and by fine of 10^-. London. 

Licence for Oliver de Burdeaux, king's yeoman, to enfeoff Matthew, vicar 
of the church of Old Wyndesore, of 3 messuages, 360 acres of land, 40 acres 
of meadow, 80 acres of pasture, 10 acres of wood, and 14Z. of rent in Eton, 
New Wyndesore and Old Wyndesore, held in chief, and for the said 
Matthew to regrant the same to the said Oliver and Maud his wife and the 
heirs of their bodies, with successive remainders in tail to William Trussell, 
son of the said Maud, to Warin his brother, and to the right heirs of Oliver, 

Byfineof lOZ. 

Licence for the abbot and convent of Langele to acquire in mortmain 
land and rent, not held in chief, to the value of 10^. a year. By K. 

Licence for John de Sudle to enfeoff William de Wotton of 2 messuages, 
2^ virgates of land and 2 acres of meadow in Grete and Greton, co. 
Gloucester, held in chief. By fine of 2 marks. Gloucester. 

Licence for Robert son of Walter, the elder, to enfeoff' Robert son of 
Walter, the younger, of the manors of Lexedon and Reyndon, co. Essex, 
held in chief. By p.s. 

Grant to Hugh de Turplyton that, whereas the king lately committed to 
him at will all his lands which came into the king's hands as escheats by 
his forfeiture, he shall have the same to hold to him and his heirs ; saving 
the right of anyone. By K. 

Mandate to John de Blumvill, escheator in the counties of Norfolk &c. 
to deliver the temporalities of St. Benet's, Hulme, to John de Aylesham, 
late prior of that house, whose election as abbot of that place, has been 
confirmed and who has done fealty to the king. 

Writ (Je intendendo directed to the tenants of the abbey. 

Licence for the abbot and convent of Langele to exchange in mortmain, 
after inquisition, land and rent, not held in chief, to the value of lOZ. a 
year, for other land and rent, not held in chief, of like value. By K. 

Protection with clause nolumus for one year for Joan de Holveston. 

Prorogation of the truce from Friday before the Translation of Thomas 
the Martyr last until Easter next, lately made with Flanders, for one year 
from Easter, as the burgomasters, eclievins, consuls and commonalties of 
the towns of Ghent, Bruges, and Ipres and other merchants of Flanders 
and the king's subjects have not yet concluded a peace. [Cf. F(edera rom 
the Close Roll.] 

Pardon to Robert de Hodeleston for acquiring in fee from Richard de 
Ilodeleston the manor of Holm, held in chief as of the honor of Cliderhou, 
and for entering without licence ; and restitution of the same to him. 



19 EDWARD 11.— Part 1. 



215 



1326. 

Jan. 26. 

Hevin^ham. 



Jan. 30. 
Burgh. 



Feb. 3. 
Walsingham. 



Jan. 31. 

Burgh. 

Feb. 3. 

Walsingham. 

Feb. 4. 
Walsingham. 



Feb. 2. 
Walsingham. 



Feb. 1. 
Walsingham. 



Feb. 8. 
Gay wood. 



Membrane 5 — cont. 

Mandate to the sheriff of Lincoln to deliver in person to Walter de 
Trikyngham, Robert Breton and William de Parys, severally, letters under 
the privy seal which the king is sending to the sheriff, commanding them 
to come to him, and to take sufficient mainprise from them of coming to 
him ; and if they will not find sufficient mainprise to arrest them. By p.s. 

[Fad. WriU.] 

Appointment during pleasure of Aline Burnel to the custody of the castlo 
of Coneweye, so that she answer for the safe custody thereof at her peril ; 
she taking for the custody the same as other keepers. By p.s. 

Mandate to Henry de Byssebury to deliver the castle with its armour, 
victuals and other things to the said Aline by indenture. By p.s. 

Pardon, at the request of Alice countess of Norfolk, the king's sister, to 
Roger de Trumpyton, knight, of what is in arrear of the fine of 200 marks 
which he made with the king to save his life and lands, forfeited for his 
rebellion ; and restitution of his lands to him. By p.s. 

Vacated because otherwise below. 

Exemption for life, at the request of Katharine de Mikelfeld, of James 
de Mikelfeld from being put on assizes, juries and recognitions against his 
will. By p.s. 

Respite until Christmas to Simon de Felbrigg, king's yeoman, from 
taking up the arms of a knight. [Pari. Writs.] By K. 

Grant for life to Robert de Watevill of the manor of Swafham Market, 
CO. Norfolk, now in the king's hands for certain causes, to hold by the 
services whereby it was held before it came to the king ; but if the king 
restore it to John de Britannia, earl of Richmond, who once held it, during 
Robert's lifetime, he shall permit the earl to enter without disturbance, and 
if the earl die in his lifetime he shall have it again for the rest of his life. 

ByK. 

Grant to the citizens of Norwich — upon their shewing that by the frequent 
coming of the king's justices assigned to take assizes, juries and certifications, 
and inquisitions of felonies and trespasses, and to deliver gaols, who held 
their sessions in divers places within the liberty of the city deputed by the 
bailiffs of the city for the holding of pleas arising in the city, from which 
pleas a great part of the farm of the city accrues, the bailiffs are disturbed 
in the holding of such pleas and are in many ways hindered in collecting 
and levying the said farm — that for the future, justices, inquisitors and 
other ministers of the king shall hold their sessions only in the king's 
house called the ' Shirehous,' which is in the fee of the castle of the city. 
Nevertheless, this shall not be to the prejudice of the chancellor, treasurer, 
chief justice or justices in eyre, or the steward and marshals of the household 
when they exercise their office there, which they shall do when and where 
they think fit. By K. 

Hie viittuntur ad Scaccarium. 

Pardon to John de la Hide of Oureslade of any outlawries for non- 
appearance in the king's court to answer touching divers trespasses against 
certain men ; on condition that he surrender to prison at once and stand 
his trial if anyone will proceed against him. By p.s. 

Mandate until All Saints, to the mayors and bailiffs of Wynchelse, Rye, 
Hastynges, Pevense, Redyng and Smalhide, to let John Dyve, master of the 
king's ship called la Nicholas, which he is bringing to the king, have as 
many mariners as he needs to man it. By K. 



^16 



CALENDAR OF PATENT ROLLS. 



1326. 

Feb. 10. 
Gaywood. 



Feb. n. 

West 
Dereham. 



» 
Protection with clause ro(jamus, for two years, for the master and 

brethren of the hospital of St. Mary and St. Leonard for lepers without 

Suthewerk. 

Respite until Midsummer to Oliver le Gros from taking up the arms of 
a knight. [I'ad. Writs.l 



-iQor MEMBRANE 4. 

Dec. 25. Commission to John Haward, Robert Baynard and John de Cove, to 

Bury array all the men of the county of Norfolk pursuant to an ordinance made 

St. Edmunds, jj^ ^^le last Parliament, whereby the principal arrayers are empowered to 

appoint deputies in the several hundreds, to make the array pursuant to 

the statute of Winchester, and see that beacons be erected and watchmen 

and sentinels placed in all proper stations. By K. 



The like to the following in the following counties : — 
Bartholomew Daveliers ) 

Richard de Moundevile | 

Vacated because otherivise below. 



William Gramary 
John de Linbery 
Philip de Stowe 

Walter de Pateshille 
Thomas Loveyne 
Robert de Haghham 
Vacated because otherivise below 

William de Bermyngham 
Thomas de Pype 

Robert de Campania 
Edmund de Appelby 

Henry de Cobham 
Walter de Huntyngfeld 
William de Grey 

John de Kyrkeby 
Gilbert de Halshale 
Vacated because ot/ierwise. 

Henry Hyllary 
William de Hanby 

Humphrey de Litlebyry 
Alexander de Monte Forti 



Suffolk. 



1. Cambridge. 



I 



Essex. 



Warwick. 



I Leicester. 

[ Kent. 

[ Lancaster. 

[ Lyndeseye, co. Lincoln. 



I 



Holand, co. Lincoln. 



I Kestevene, co. Lincoln. 



Geoffrey Loterel 
Norman Darcy 

Memorandum, hi place of Geoffrey William Dysny is appointed, as appears 
below. 



Henry Tylly 
Robert de Waterville 



[ Huntingdon. 



19 EDWARD II.— Part 1. 



217 



1325. 





Membrane 4- 


- cont. 




Robert de Daventre 

Thomas Wake of Blisseworth 

Thomas de Bukton 


) 

V 


Northampton, 


John de la Penne 
Andrew de Seintlitz 






Buckingham. 


Hugh de Cokesheye 
John de Hulle 




\ 
1 


Worcester. 


Peter de Grandissono 
Roger Pychard 
John de Pennebrigg 




1 

( 

J 


Hereford. 


Hugh son of Simon 
Richard de Monte Caniso 


■ 


Hertford. 



WilHam Milksop 

Robert de Hotoft 
Walter de Holewell 

John le Fuitz Herberd 
William de Chaddesden 
William de Saucheverel 

Peter Tilliol 
Walter de Kirkebrid 

Thomas de Novo Mercato 
John de Mounteny 



Bedford. 



Derby. 



Cumberland. 



Roger de Bradeburn 
Roger Deyncourt 
Vacated because the commission was surrendered. 

William Ridel \ 

Gilbert de Boroughdon 
John de Lilleburn 



Nottingham. 

Derby. 

Otherwise below. 

Northumberland. 



Walter de Stirkeland 
Gilbert de Lancastre 
Roger de Brenolvesheved 

William de Stok 
John Wake 
Brian de Gouiz 

William de Twenge 
Alexander de Cave 

John de Walkyngham 
John de Eland 



Westmoreland. 

Dorset. 

Estrithing, co. York. 
Westrithing, co. York. 
Northrithing, co. York. 



Robert de Conyers 
Anketin de Salvayn 
Roger de Nonnewyk teas appointed in the place of the said Robert^ as appears 
below. 



John de Clyvedon 
Simon de Furneux 



I 



Somerset. 



218 



CALENDAR OF PATENT ROLLS. 



1325. 



Membranr 4 — co7it. 

Devon. 

[ Cornwall. 

Rutland. 



Robert Beundyn 
Stephen de Haccombe 

Richard de Stapelton 
John Treiagn 

John de Wittelbury 
John de Beaufo 

John de Chetewynd 
John atte Lee 

Philip de Somervill 
Thomas de Rous 

John Dabernoun the younger 
Robert Boor 

Richard de Plaiz 
John de Ratyngden 

John de Bloxham 
Richard de Heyle 

John Drueys 
Peter Doynel 

John de Harecourt 

John de Cokesford the younger 

Robert Achard 
John de Brympton 

John de Roche 
Walter Wodelok 
Vacated because ot/iers are appointed beloic. 

John de Wylington 
Robert Dastyn 

Richard de Hoghton 
Michael de Haverington 
Thomas de Lathum 



I 

Salop. 

Stafford. 
I Surrey. 

Sussex. 

Middlesex. 

Wilts. 

Oxford. 
I- Berks. 

Southampton. 

Gloucester. 
Lancaster. 



i 



Memorandum. These irere appointed on the nomination of Simon Warde 
and Jolin de I!i/t/ire, bij irrit of privy seal. 

Memorandum. On 26 December the following were assigned by order 
of the king : — 

John Haward ) 

Robert de Erpyngham 1- Norfolk. 

John Curzon 



Robert de Rocheford 
Thomas Gobioun 



Essex. 



Memorandum. On 10 January, the following were assigned in Suffolk 
by certification of the sheriff upon the king's madate to him to perform the 
premises. 



iJ 



19 EDWARD II.— Part 1. 



219 



-cont. 



Dec. 27. 

Bury 
Sc. Edmunds. 



1326. 

Jan. 21. 
Norwich. 



1325. Membrane 4- 

John de Tendring 

Thomas Bavent j- Suffolk. 

Richard de Mundevill j 

I acated so far as refers to JHc/ianl de Mundevill becaiese ntherirlse beloiv and 
Iiobert de Peyton icas appointed in his place. 
[Varl. IVrits.] 

Mandate to the arrayers lately assigned in the counly of Norfolk to 
deliver to the above John Haward, Robert de Erpyngham and John Curzon 
their rolls of array of all men put to arms by them in that county. By K. 

And tlris writ was close. 

The like to the arrayers in all the counties of England. [Pari. Writs.] 

Signification to the above commissioners in Norfolk, upon information 
that they are in doubt whether the words in the statute of Winchester, 'that 
men having land to the value of 151. or lOZ. shall be assessed to horses and 
arms,' are to be understood according to the extent made by other arrayers 
heretofore or according to the true value of the same, and whether men 
over 60 years of age should be assessed to such arms, and send substitutes, 
and whether beneficed clerks having lay patrimony are to be assessed to 
find armed men according to the quantity of their tenure, and what should 
be done in the case of able bodied men who have neither lands nor goods — 
that the king's intention is that the assessment shall be made according to 
the true value and not according to the extent ; that men over 60 and 
beneficed clerks with lay patrimony not of the dower of their benefices 
shall be assessed and send substitutes; and as to those who have neither 
land nor goods there shall be done as, according to the said statute, 
reasonably it should be done. Further it is the king's will that they 
commit to the constables deputed under them to execute these things such 
power to punish the rebellious as is committed to them in the king's letters. 

The like to the arrayers in all counties. [Pari. ]Vrits.] 

Jan. 26. Mandate to John de Tendryng, Thomas Bavent and Richard de 

Norwich. Mundevyll commissioners of array in the county of Suffolk, to be diligent 

herein and to certify the king of the manner and form of the said array by 

the second Sunday in Lent. By K. 

And this writ was close. 

The like to the arrayers in the county of Norfolk. 

The like to the arrayers in the counties of Kent, Surrey, Sussex, Hertford, 
Essex, Cambridge, Huntingdon, Rutland, Northampton, Bedford, Bucking- 
ham, Oxford, Berks, Leicester, Nottingham, Derby, and Holand, Kestevene 
and Lindeseye, co. Lincoln, Wilts, Warwick, Middlesex, to certify the king 
by Midlent. 

The like to the arrayers in the counties of Southampton, Stafford, Salop, 
Dorset, Cumberland, W^orcester, Cornwall, Devon, Somerset, the East, 
West and North Ridings, co. York, Northumberland, Westmoreland, Here- 
ford and Lancaster to certify him by the octaves of Easter. [Pari. Writs.] 

Feb. 3. Mandate to L. bishop of Durham to cause men to be assigned to make 

Walsingham. the array within his liberty. 
These letters were close. 
The like to :— 

Hugh le Despenser, lord of Glamorgan, keeper of the lands late of 

John de Hastyngges in W^ales. 
Rees ap Griffith, supplying the place of the justice in South Wales. 
Robert de Peneres, keeper of the castle, town and land of Haverford of 
Wales. 
And these were close, [Pari. Writs.] 



220 



CALENDAR OF PATENT ROLLS. 



1326. 

Jan. 24. 
Norwich. 



MEMBRANE 3. 

Appoiiitmeut of Thomas earl of Norfolk and marshal of England, 
Robert de Monte Alto and Thomas Bardolf as supervisors of the array in 
the counties of Norfolk and Suffolk and they are to proceed from hundred 
to hundred, punish all persons who shall be in default, and act as leaders 
of the levies. By K. 

The like to the following in the following counties : — 

Hugh Courteney | Cornwall and Devon. 

William Botereux 



Somerset and Dorset. 



John de Bello Campo of Somerset 
John de Moun 
Hugh de Poinz 

The name of John de Moun is cancelled and that of Philip de Columbariis 
substituted . 



John de Sancto Johanne 
John de Scures 

Ralph de Camoys 
Thomas Tregoz 
Roger Bavent 

John de Cobham 
John de Segrave 
Ralph Savage 

Robert le Fuitz Wauter, * le f uitz ' 
Hugh de Nevill 
Robert de Rocheford 
Thomas Gobiun 



Southampton. 
Surrey and Sussex. 

Kent. 

Essex and Hertford. 



Lincoln. 



Ebulo Lestrange 
William de Kyme 
Robert Darcy 
Humphrey de Littlebury 
On 14 May following John de Hardeshull is associated in this commission 
by p.s. 



Henry de Percy 
Ralph de Bolmer 

Thomas de Furnivall 
Simon Ward 

Henry le Fuitz Hugh 
John Marmyon 

Anthony de Lucy 
Randolf de Dacre 

Robert de Welle 
John de Stirkeland 

The justice of Chester 
William de Baggele 
Hugh de Dutton 
Vacated because otherwise below. 



Estrithing, co. York. 
Westrithing, co. York. 
Northrithing, co. York. 
Cumberland. 
Westmoreland. 

Chester. 



19 EDWARD IL— Part 1. 



221 



1326. 



Jan. 24. 
Norwich. 



William le Botiller of Wemme 
Roger Corebet 
John de Chetewynd 

The earl of Leycestre 
John Pecche 

Roger Chandoys 
William Corebet 
John de Wysham 
Alan de Cherleton 

Robert de Sapy 
John de Bures 

Reginald de Paveley 
John Mauduyt 
Robert Selyman 

John de Bures 
Edmund de Cornewail 

Robert Daventre 
Thomas Wake of Bliseworth 
John de Wittelbury 
Simon de Drayton 

Roger de Grey 
John de Pabenham 
John de Pateshull 
Robert le Fuitz Neel 

William Moigne 
William Gramary 
Henry Tilly 
John de Hynton 



Membrane 3 — cont. 

] 



\ 



Salop and Stafford. 



\ With the arrayers in the 
j- counties of Warwick and 
) Leicester. 

I With the arrayers in the 
i- counties of Hereford and 
Worcester. 



Gloucester. 



Wilts. 



Oxford and Berks. 



Northampton and Rutland. 



Beds and Bucks. 



Cambridge and Huntingdon. 



Robert Pirepont ] 

Thomas de Neumarche l 

John de Mounteny j 
Cancelled ' because otherwise in the 20th year.' 

Ralph de Neville ] 

Roger Heiron I 

William Rydel J 

Richard de Hodeleston 
Thomas de Lathum 



Richard Damary 
William de Bagle 
Hugh de Dutton 

John de la Huse 
John de Isle 



Nottingham and Derby. 



Northumberland. 



Lancaster. 



Chester. 



[FarL Writs.] 
ByK. 



I Isle of Wight. 



[Pari. Writs.] 



222 



CALENDAR OF PATENT ROLLS. 



132C). 
April IB. 
Kenilworth. 



Mr))ihra)ie B — cont. 

Writ <h' intendnidn for Anthony de Lucy, warden of Cumberland and 
Westmoreland, directed to Peter Tilliol and Walter de Kirkebride, the 
arrayers in the county of Cumberland ; and they are to bring their levies to 
him whenever he shall require. 

Tlu'sc irrits were close. 



The like to the following" :— 
Walter de Stirkeland 
Gilbert de Lancastre 
Roger de Brenolvesheved 

Richard de Hoghton 
Michael de Haverington 
Thomas de Lathum 



Westmoreland. 



Lancaster. 



The like to the chief arrayers in Lancaster and Westmoreland, to wit :- 

Robert de Welle 1 ttt - i i 

V Westmoreland. 



John de Stirkeland 

Richard de Hodeleston 
Thomas de Lathum 



Lancaster. 



[Pari. Writs.] 



MEMBRANE 2. 

April 14. Appointment of Philip de Columbariis, in the room of John de Moun, as 

Kenilworth. supervisor of the array in the counties of Somerset and Dorset. [Pari. 

Writs.] » By K. 

Sept. 10. The like of John de Tichebourn and John de Bokelond, in the room of 

Porchester. John de Roches and Walter de AVodelok, as arrayers in the county of 

Southampton. [In marriin :] These were appointed in the twentieth year. 

Sept. 12, The like of John de Grafton, in the room of John de Hulle, as arrayer in 
Porchester, the county of Worcester. [Pari. Writs.] By K. 



Jan. 26. 
Norwich. 



Feb. 8. 
Gaywood. 

Feb. IB. 
Mildenhall. 

Feb. 13. 
Mildenhall. 

March 10. 
Merevale. 

March 20. 
Kenilworth. 

March 20. 
Kenilworth, 



MEMBRANE 1. 

Appointment of William Dysny in the room of Geoffrey Luterel, who is 
ill, as arrayer in Kestevene, co. Lincoln. [Pari. Writs.] By K. 

The like of the following for the following : — 

Roger de Nonewyk for Robert Coigners in the Northriding, co. York. 

Henry de Monte Forti for Robert le Boor in the county of Surrey. 

ByK. 

Robert de Payton for Richard de Mundevyll in the county of Suffolk, 

Peter de Lekeburn for Norman Darcy in Kestevene, co. Lincoln. 

ByK. 

John de Bucton for John de Wilynton in the county of Gloucester. 

Oliver de Carmino and Richard de Chaumbernoun for Richard de 
Stapelton and John Treiagu in the county of Cornwall. By K. 



19 EDWARD IT. -Part 1 



22B 



1326. 

March 24. 
Kenilworth . 



March 26. 
Kenilworth. 

April 4. 
Kenilworth. 

April 1. 
Kenilworth. 

March 26. 

Kenilworth. 

April 4. 
Kenilworth. 

May 12. 

Gloucester. 

July 17. 
Westminster. 



Membrane 1 — cnnt. 

Thomas de Chaworth for Robert de Campania in the county of 
Leicester. On tlic information of the steward. 

Vacated because surrendered. 

William de Lucy for Thomas de Pipe in the county of Warwick. 

John de Brakenbergh for William Dysny in Kestcvenc, co. Lincoln. 

ByK. 

William de Staunton and Ralph de Stanlowe for Robert de Campania 
in the county of Leicester. 

Henry Dyve for John de Crokesford in the county of Oxford. 

Edward de Sancto Johanne for Richard de Playz in the county of 

Sussex. 

Robert de Leukenore for Henry Dyve in the county of Oxford. 

Hugh de Plessetis for Robert de Leukenore in the same county. 

[Pari. Writs.] 



1325, 

July 8. 



MEMBRANE 36(Z. 



Commission of oyer and terminer to John de Ifeld, John Filiol and 

Westminster. William de NorthHo, on complaint by John de Warenna, earl of Surrey, 

that some persons entered his warrens at Reygate, Estbechesworth and 

Dorkyng, co. Surrey, hunted therein, and carried away hares, rabbits, 

pheasants and partridges. By K. 

The like, as to his parks at Worth, Cokefeld, and Dychenyng, his free 
chace at Claris, and free warren at Lewes, co. Sussex. 

The like, as to his stews and several fisheries at Lewes, Iford, Rademeld 
and Pidynho. 



July 8. 

Westminster. 



July 14. 

Westminster, 



July 12. 
Westminster, 



The like to Adam de Brom and John de Thrillowe, touching the accounts 
of the murage lately granted to the mayor, bailiffs and good men of the 
town of Oxford, little or nothing of which appears to have applied to the 
walling of the town. By pet. of C. 

The like to John de Bousser, Thomas de Louthe and John de Fosse, on 
complaint by John Inge that William de Percy, parson of the church of 
Folk, William his son, Robert le Ridere, Roger de Botevill, John 
Mautravers the younger, William de Whitefeld and others, entered by force 
the king's manor of Kyngesbury by Shirburn, co. Somerset, which he then 
held at will at a certain farm at the Exchequer, broke the houses of the 
manor, drove away 10 horses, 16 oxen and 10 cows of his, worth 30/., 
mowed his crops, and carried away the crops and other goods, with rents of 
the tenants of the manor in his custody, which he was entitled to in right 
of the king's commission of the manor to him, to the sum of 40L 

By fine of 20.s-. 

The like to Robert Banyard, John de Cantebrigg and Simon de Brunn, 
on complaint by Constantine de Mortuo Mari, lately appointed to array a 
number of footmen in the county of Norfolk to go on the king's service to 
the duchy, that when he came to Norwich to execute his commission, 
Richard de Heryngflet, William de Weston, Ralph Bullok, William de 
Pankesford, William Stannard, Sewal de Wyraundham, Thomas de Cantele, 



22 i 



CALENDAR OF PATENT ROLLS. 



1325, 



Membrane 36r/ — cont. 

Riohard de Stalham, Roger de Denton, Bartholomew Baman, John son of 
John de Hakeford, Roger de Stalham, Nicholas le Stotere, Robert Huye, 
Edmund Cosyn, Bartholomew de Costeseye, Robert de la Sale, 'draper,' 
John Cosyn, Hugh de Dunston, Randolf de Hokham, John Flynt, Thomas 
de Eston, Brice, parson of the church of Sweynesthorp, Richard de 
Bradenham, Hervey de Mundham, John Dudde, Robert Staloun, John 
Furmynhod {aliaa Forminhod) and others, to prevent the furtherance of the 
business, assaulted him, and following him as he fled for his life to the 
church of the Holy Trinity there, besieged him therein for no small time, 
and assaulted some of his men there. [Pari. Writs.} 

By K. on the information of the steward. 
The like to the same, on like complaint by William de Bregham, lately 
deputed by the said Constantine, by virtue of the commission aforesaid, to 
do the premises in his place. [Pari. Writs.] 

By K. on the like information. 



MEMBRANE 35^7. 

July 13. Commission of oyer and terminer to Richard de la Bere, Thomas de 

Westminster. Louche, Robert de Asshele, and Peter de la Rokele, on complaint by William 
de Chastilun, parson of the church of Bedhampton, that Alan de Linne 
and Cecily his wife, John his son, Richard ' Alaynesprest de Linne,' Gilbert 
Wysman, Richard Oxendon, Ralph Mone, John Bollay, and others assaulted 
him at Little Hekmapstede, co. Buckingham, and carried away his goods. 
[See Vol. IV, p. 453.] 



July 10. 
Westminster, 



July 10. 
Westminster, 



July 15. 
Tower of 
London. 



July 16. 
Tower of 
London, 



MEMBRANE 34rf. 

Commission of oyer and terminer to Henry de Pentelewe, John de 
Trillowe, and John be Loveday on complaint by Robert le Lardiner that 
Reginald Povy of Abyndon, Peter le Thunne of Abyndon, and others 
assaulted him at Abyndon, co. Berks, and imprisoned him until he made 
fine in 40^. with the said Reginald and Peter for his deliverance. 

The like to Edmund de Eyncourt, Walter de Fryskeneye and Robert de 
Malberthorp touching the persons who killed Robert de Godesfeld at 
Stikeswold, co. Lincoln. By pet. of C. 

And on 10 August following William de Kyme and Gilbert de Toutheby 
were associated in this commission. 

Association of Adam de Brom in the room of Robert de Bardelby, who is 
attendant on the king's business elsewhere, with William de Leycestre and 
Robert de Kelleseye in a commission de walliis et fossatis directed to the' 
latter and John de Merton, now deceased, touching a breach in the bank of 
the Thames between the towns of Grenwych and Wolchich (.sir), co. Kent. 

Commission of oyer and terminer to John de Bousser, John Dyn and 
Robert de Asshele, on complaint by John de Liston that, whereas the king 
appointed him to collect the scutage in the county of Essex for divers 
armies and he put in his manor of Liston, co. Essex 10/. of the scutage 
when collected for safe custody, Richard son of John de Luton, John de 
Hokkewolde, William de Seintcler, Joan his wife, John le Fermer, John 
Huwe of Meleford, John ' Williameshaiward de Seintcler,' Robert Coppyng of 
Meleford, John Cassesone, John Porterose, Simon de {sic) Skynner, William 
Petit, John Huwe of Meleford, clerk, Nicholas son of John de Crammavill, 
William Walman of Brynkele, chaplain, John Slipertop of Meleford, 



19 EDWARD II.— Part 1. 



225 



1325. 



July 16. 
Tower of 
London. 



July 12. 

Westminster. 



1326. 

Jan. 23. 
Norwich. 



Membrane 34c? — cont. 

William Crawe, Gilbert 8nayl, Robert son of Robert de la Rokele of 
Wygepet, Robert de Ingoldesby, chaplain, Richard de Geddyng, John 
Stythup of Liston, and others, entered the said manor, broke the doors and 
windows of the houses there, felled the trees and carried away trees and 
goods, and the said 101., depastured and trampled down with beasts his 
crops and assaulted his men and servants. By K. 

Commission to Robert, prior of St. Frydeswyde's, Oxford, Adam de 
Brom and John de Blebury, on complaint by the brethren of the hospital 
of St. Bartholomew by Oxford that their hospital has suffered dilapidation 
of its goods as well by Robert de Sutton, master thereof, as by some of the 
brethren therein, to visit the said brethren, both whole and sick (tain .sanos 
qiiaiii non .sauoK), and survey the houses and possessions of the hospital and 
compare the present state with the state at the time when the hospital was 
committed to the said master. 

Commission of oyer and terminer to Henry de Percy, Alexander de Cave 
and Dominic de Bucton, on complaint by William de Burcestre, king's 
parker of Conyngesburghagh, co. York, that Richard de Moseley, John de 
Cresakre, Alan Vescy of Conyngesburgh, John le Barber of Derlyngton, and 
others, assaulted him at Donecastre and carried away his armour and other 
goods and assaulted Richard Bisshop, his servant, and prevented the said 
William from exercising his office. By K. 

Association of Adam de Hoperton in the above commission. 



1825. 

July 18. 
Tower of 
London. 



July 20. 
Tower of 
London. 



July 24. 

Hadleip:h. 



July 20. 

Tower of 

London. 



MEMBRANE 33(L 

Commission of oyer and terminer to William de Cusancia, Elias de 
Godeleye and Robert de Tangele, touching the persons who felled the trees 
of Edward earl of Chester, the king's son, at Bouecombe, Sweyneston and 
Thorleye in the Isle of Wight, and carried them away. By K. 

The like to the same touching the persons who with Francis de Pyemount 
carried away the said earl's goods at Breyghteston, in the Isle of Wight. 

The like to Richard Dammory, Hugh de Meignill, Hugh de Dutton and 
Robert de Knyghteleye touching the persons who broke the houses in the 
king's manors of Maxfeld and Overton, hunted in the forests and parks 
thereof, fished in the stews, cut down trees, and carried away the said trees, 
timber from the said houses, fish and deer : the jurors are to be of the 
county of Chester and Flintshire. By K. 

Association of John de Scures and John de Tycheburn in a commission 
of oyer and terminer lately directed to John Randolf, Ralph de Bereford 
and Robert de Estden on complaint by William de Meret, merchant of 
Genoa, that whereas he and his fellow^s, merchants of Genoa, lately put in 
at the port of Southampton, with divers merchandise, harness and armour 
and lodged in the inn of Henry de Lyme, burgess of that town, Richard 
Forst and John le Barber, bailiff, of that town, carried away the said 
armour, which was sufficient for 16 men and of the value of 25Z. 

Commission to Hugh de Prestewold, Robert Burdet and Richard de 
Eggebaston to deliver the gaol of Leycestre of Richard le Keu, in custody 
there for the death of Adam le Hunte. 

Commission of oyer and terminer to Robert de Wodehous, Richard de 
Ayremynne, William de Scothou and Simon Croyser touching the persons 

3217 I* 



226 



CALENDAR OF PATENT ROLLS. 



1325. 



Membrane 33^ — cont. 

who have wasted the king's manors in the counties of Essex, Hertford, 
Middlesex, Kent and Surrey, the king in passing through those counties 
having found his houses ruinous for want of custody, the timber thereof 
carried away, his parks and chaces, stews and coney-warrens wasted and 
destroyed, his men and tenants exiled and destroyed by the extortions of 
stewards, bailiffs, iinder bailiffs, clerks, receivers, provosts, foresters, keepers 
of warrens and other ministers and their under ministers, and the goods 
of late contrariants, which ought to remain to the king, taken and carried 
away by others. By K. on the information of G. le Scrop by his letter. 



July 16. 

Tower of 
London, 



July 24. 
Hadleigh. 



July 24. 

Hadleigh. 



July 29. 

Writtle. 



MEMBRANE 32d. 

Commission of oyer and terminer to William de Herle, Richard de 
Whatton and Richard de Wiligby on complaint by John de Segrave that 
William, abbot of Burton on Trent, Nicholas de Mortimer of Bromeley, 
Robert de Bromeley, Peter Bullok, ' the abboteshunter,' and others broke 
his park at Bretteby, co. Derby, hunted therein and carried away deer. 

ByK. 

Association of John de Scures and John de Tycheburn in a commission 
of oyer and terminer lately directed to John Randolph, Ralph de Bereford 
and Robert de Estden on complaint by William de Meret and his fellows, 
merchants of Genoa, that Nicholas de Barflet and others [as above, Vol. IV, 
p. 450] carried away his goods at Southampton. 

Commission to Richard Damory, Hugh de Meignill, Hugh de Dutton 
and Robert de Knyghteleye to survey the king's manors of Maxfeld and 
Overton, in the counties of Chester and Flynteshire, as he is given to 
understand that by the negligence of some of the farmers and bailiffs 
thereof the mills and gorces, which used to bring in great profit, and the 
houses there have fallen into ruin and decay. The king has commanded 
Edward, earl of Chester, as his justice of Chester, and the sheriff of 
Flynteshire, to furnish jurors. 

Vacated because otherwise below of the same date. 

The like to John de Donecastre, Robert de Scorburgh and Adam de 
Hoperton, on complaint by the prioress of Swyn that Maud late the wife 
of Robert Tiliol of Swyn, Roger le Provost of Swyn, William le Pyndere 
of Swyn, Robert le Chaumberlayn, Robert de Hylton, William de Wheteley, 
Saer Cantyng, John Ingram, Richard son of Hugh, William Pouf, Robert 
Thorstan and others impounded her beasts of the plough in the highway 
at Swyn, co. York, and in her common pasture there, contrary to the form 
of the statutes in that case provided, and kept them impounded until she 
made ransom with the said Maud for their deliverance ; fished in her 
several fisheries with nets and other engines, pulled up some pales fixed 
by her in the said fisheries, broke the gangways (^pontes) made by her 
over her river banks {rijms) in the said town and broke the timber thereof 
to pieces, and assaulted her servants. By p.s. 



July 16. 
Tower of 
London. 



MEMBRANE 31d. 

Commission to William de Norwico, Robert Baynard, John de Ingham 
and John Claver, to enquire in the counties of Norfolk and Suffolk 
touching persons who have taken victuals, armour and other goods for the 
sustenance of the king's enemies and rebels, as well in Scotland as in the 



19 EDWARD II.— Part 1. 227 



1325. 



Membrane Qld — co7it. 



realm, who have received such enemies and rebels and given them aid, and 
with money received from them have bought victuals for them and sent the 
same to them, concealed sums of money of rebels, forfeited to the king, 
which, they have kept to themselves, and in the contributions for armour 
and armed men for the king's service and in other taxations have spared the 
rich and unduly charged the poor, and committed extortions, excesses and 
oppressions on the people, falsified the king's coin by counterfeiting, 
sweating and other ways, and used unlawful money in their merchandise, 
counterfeited the seals of justices, sheriffs and other ministers, concealed 
goods and merchandise and so prevented the collectors of the tenth and 
sixth from collecting it, beat and intimidated the king's ministers, 
assaulted the king's lieges and carried away their goods, mutilated sonle, 
killed others, and committed depredations, arsons, thefts and other crimes. 

ByK. 

July 29. Commission of oyer and terminer to Adam de Hoperton, John de 

Writtle. EUerker and Dominic de Bukton touching the accounts of the collectors of 
the quayage of the town of Scardeburgh, co. York, from 12 Edward II, 
little if any of w^hich has been applied to the repair of the quay. 

By pet. of C. 

July 30. Commission to Robert de Badelby, Henry Huse and Stephen Poer to 

Pleshey. enquire by jury of the county of Sussex whether it would be to the King's 
damage or the diminution of the farm of the county or any other farm not 
fixed to grant a petition of his burgesses of New Shorham for a charter of 
the following liberties ; to wit, that they be quit throughout his whole 
realm and all his lands of Ireland and Wales from toll, pontage, passage, 
pedage, pavage, stallage, murage and all other such customs ; also from 
counties and hundreds and suits of counties and hundreds, by reason of 
their lands within the said borough ; from summons and aid of the sheriff 
and his Serjeants, from being impleaded without their borough touching 
any lands within the borough, or debts, covenants, trespasses, contracts or 
other such things arising within the borough, but that all such pleas be 
held within the borough before the bailiff thereof, unless they affect the 
king or the commonalty of the borough ; also that they be exempt so long 
as they dwell within the borough from juries and recognitions without the 
borough by reason of their foreign lands ; that they have power to bequeath 
by their last will tenements bought by them within the borough ; anrl that 
no home or foreign {intrinsecus vel alieni[/ena) merchant except burgesses of 
the town shall buy any merchandise from merchants coming to the town 
within the first 15 days after such merchandise comes to the town, or shall 
sell any merchandise in the borough except in gross, under pain of forfeiture 
thereof ; and that the burgesses shall not do the King service or aid by 
land but by sea, except the services and aids which they are bound to do. 

By K. on the information of William de Colby. 



MEMBRANE SOd. 

Sept. 8. Commission of oyer and terminer to Gilbert de Trouteby, John de 

Dover. Denum and John Claver, on complaint by William de Brynkele, chaplain, 
that Otto, parson of the church of Lyston, Adam de Wenlyng, William 
Gugge, John de Kent of Liston, and others, assaulted him at Lyston, co. 
Essex, and carried away his goods and certain bulls, charters and other 
muniments. By p.s. 



228 



CALENDAR OF PATENT ROLLS. 



-iqoc Memhrane 30r/ — cant. 

Aug. 10. Commission to Hervey de Staunton and Master Robert de Ayleston to 

Havering atte enquire touching the conceahnent of jewels and treasure late of Thomas, 
Bower. g^^j.^ q£ Lancaster, and other rebels in the county of Derby. 

Aug. 20. Association of John de Ingham in a commission of oyer and terminer to 

Stm-ry. Robert Baynard and others touching Richard de Heringflet and others (s-tr 
Membrane 'SGd), who assaulted Constantine de Mortuo Mari at Norwich. 
The like as to William de Bregham [as above] . [Pari. Writs.] 



MEMBRANE 29d. 

July 27. Commission to Henry de Percy, John de Claveryng, Ralph de Nevyll 

Writtle. and William Rydel, in the county of Northumberland, to pursue and arrest 
disturbers of the peace who join together and make raids by day and night, 
commit robberies, imprison people until they make ransom, go to fairs and 
markets and take goods without paying for them, beat those who will not 
be of their party, and waylay merchants. French. [Pari. IVrits.] By C. 

The like to the following in the following counties : — 
William de Kyme \ 

Robert Darcy [ Lincoln 

John le fitz Norman Darcy i 

Dominic de Bukton ) 

Robert de Kendale 
Walter de Huntyngfeld 

Maurice le Bron 
John de Scures 

John del Isle of Wyght 
John de la Huse 

Robert le Fitz Payn 
John de Clyvedon 

John de Dynham 
Henry de la Pomereye 

Aug. 28. Simon le Ward 

Langdon. Edmund Wasteneys 

Richard de Chaumbernon 
Reginald de Botreaux 

Thomas de Veer 
Robert le Fitz Wallre 

Thomas Bardolf 
Constantine de Mortymer 

Thomas de W'ake 
William de Twenge 
Ralph de Bulmere 

John de Haryngton 
Richard de Hoghton 

Robert de Pyrpont 
John de Mounteny 



Kent. 

Southampton, 
t Isle of Wyght. 
■' Somerset and Dorset. 

i Devon. 

) Westrithing and 

\ Northrithyng, co. York. 

i Cornwall. 

i Essex. 
S 

i Norfolk and Suffolk. 

[ York. 

t Lancaster. 
> Nottingham. 



19 EDWARD II.— Part 1. 



229 



1325 



Membrane 2dd — cont. 



Aug. 5. 
Hatfield. 



Richard de Perers 
Hugh le fuiz Simond 

Ralph de Cammoys 
R6ger de Bavent 

John de Morteyn 
Ralph Basset of Weldon 
Thomas Wake 

John de Pakenham 
John Moryce 
Ralph Fitz Richard 

Philip de Aylesbury 

John de Lattaye, the sheriff 

Ralph de Weldon 

John de Enefeld 
Richard de Pounz 
Hugh Bucy 
John de Barnevill 
or two of them. 



/ 



Hertford. 



Surrey and Sussex. 



Northampton and Rutland. 



'r Bedford. 



Buckingham. 



- Middlesex. 



[Pari. Writs.] 



Commission of oyer and terminer to John Mauleverer, Adam de 
Hoperton and Thomas Deyvill, on complaint by William archbishop of 
York, that, whereas he has within his liberty of Ripon return of the king's 
writs which affect his said liberty or arise within it, and the execution of 
the same by his bailiffs and ministers there, as his predecessors time out 
of mind have had, and John le Warenner, his bailiff', by virtue of the 
return of a writ directed to him by the sheriff" of York, for the levy of 
divers debts to the king within that liberty, seized the beasts of John de 
Ilketon and others of that liberty, at Ripon, and impounded them, the 
said John de Ilketon, with others, broke the said pound and took them 
away, entered the archbishop's dwelling place and carried away his goods 
and assaulted the said John le Warenner and other of the archbishop's 
men. By p.s. 

Aug. 8. The like to John de la Haye and Robert de Asshele on complaint by 

Havering attc Gilbert de Hertford that Henry Aungelberd and Simon Isaac, the elder. 
Bower. q£ <^^^ Alban's, and others, assaulted him at St. Alban's, co. Hertford. 

By p.s. 

Aug. 9. The like to John de Donecastre, Thomas Deyvill and Edmund le Botiller, 

Ha\^ring atte touching the persons who with Adam de Hoppewode, Geoffrey de Clegge, 
Geoffrey de Chadirton, Alexander de Chadirton, Robert le Heyward and 
Henry his brother, John de Clegge, William le Wylde, Adam le Clerk of 
Rachedale, Adam de Belfeld, Henry le Keu of Rachedale, Adam le 
Somenour and Thomas de Baunford, entered the king's free chace at 
Soureby, co. York, hunted therein and carried away deer. By K. 



Bower. 



Aug. 6. 

Matching 

Hall. 



The like to Roger de Beler, William de Herle, John de Pateshull, John 
de Bousser and Simonde Brunne, on complaint by Roger de Grey that Henry 
de Grey, Thomas de Hauvill. Roger Dakeneye of Lathebury, Ralph son of 
WiUiam de la Mousch of Lufwyk, John his brother, Thomas de Pounfreyt, 
Thomas Picard, ' chaumberleyn,' Henry 'Henrie's chaumberleyn de Grey,' 
Henry Dwale, ' messager,' John de Poynton, Roger del Wych, Robert de 
Wrennebury, Robert Mych of Byscote, John son of Laurence de Lynford, 



i^30 CALENDAR OF PATENT ROLLS. 

1325 



Membrane 2dd — cont . 



Richard his brother, Henry le Hulyer of Wardynton, Thomas his brother, 
Robert le Clerk of Hardwede, John Ramesholt of Lavenden, Robert Crowe, 
William Lulfe of Braunfeld, William his son, Simon de Northwyk, Simon 
Hony of Harewold, Adam son of John Mallessone, Guy Scallard of 
Braunfeld, Walter Page of Knottyng, Stephen Pecus of Etone, John 
de Torperlegh, Robert Swyft of Shirlond, Thomas le Gardener of 
Stratford, Robert Kueu of Turveye, William his son, William Gekke, 
Nicholas Gosse, John ' Roberdesknave Kueu,' Thomas Hardheved, Richard 
de Kempston, Philip de Raveneston, John Bacheler of Lathebury, chaplain, 
Geoftrey his brother, Roger Loryng of Wotton, Alexander Vigerous, John 
de Keleseye, John de Abynton, John de Stoke, parson of the church of 
Blecchelegh, Philip de Chesham, and others, drove away his beasts at 
Lavendon, co. Buckingham, mowed his grass and carried away the hay 
made thereof, and assaulted Henry le Bercher of Clyfton, Clement le Gray 
of Snelleston and Roger Broun of Waterfal, his men and servants. By p.s. 



MEMBRANE 28d. 

Aug. 21. Commission to Robert de Bardelby, Henry Huse and Stephen Poer, on 

Winghain. petition by Hugh le Despenser, earl of Winchester, to inquire w^hether it 
would be to the king's damage to grant to the earl's burgesses and tenants 
of New Shorham a charter to the same effect as above [ni. 31f/] with the 
following amendment after the words ' afi'ect the king' — 'or the said earl 
or his heirs, or his bailiff of the said borough ; also that they be exempt 
so long as they dwell within the borough, from assizes, juries and recogni- 
tions without the borough by reason of any of their lands ; also that the 
said burgesses, their heirs and successors, being burgesses and tenants of 
the said earl, shall not be convicted {)io)i convinccnitHr) by other than their 
fellow burgesses for any trespasses, contracts and conventions arising within 
the borough, unless the matter touches the king, the earl, or the commonalty 
of the borough ; also that they may bequeath by their last will tenements 
bought by them wdthm the borough, except in mortmain, without 
licence of the king or the earl ; that no merchant, alien or denizen 
{alieni(jena seu indvjena) shall sell by retail any merchandise brought by sea 
to the said borough or port, without licence of the earl or his bailiffs of the 
borough, except the burgesses and tenants of the earl of the said borough, 
on pain of forfeiture thereof ; and that the said burgesses, being burgesses 
and tenants of the earl, shall not do service, or aid to the king except by 
sea. By K. 

Aug. 23. Commission of oyer and terminer to John de Donecastre, Adam de 

Wingham. Hoperton and Thomas Deyvill, on complaint by John de Burton that 
whereas the king appointed Geoffrey le Scrop and William de Herle to 
enquire in the county of York touching the stealing and concealment of 
rebels' goods, and Godfrey de Staynton and others were presented and 
convicted thereof before them by the inquisition, the said Godfrey, John his 
son, William Wayte, William son of William de Norton, William son of 
Benedict de Brereby, Edmund, John and Hugh, his brothers, William son 
of John le Taillour of Gudthword, Thomas de Munkhill, and others, of the 
hate which they had against him for speaking the truth on the inquisition, 
lay in wait for him at St. Oswalds, co. York, assaulted him and carried 
away his goods. By K. on the information of G. le Scrop. 

Aug. 28. The like to Benedict de Cokefeld, John de Ingham and Robert de Asshele,- 

Langdon. on complaint by John de Brokesbourn that some persons broke his park at 

Walkyngfeld, co. Suffolk, hunted therein and carried away deer. By K. 



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231 



1325. 

Aug. 27. 
Langdon. 



Oct. 12. 

Westminster. 

Sept. 5. 
Dover. 



Sept. 12. 
Dover. 



Sept. 12. 
Dover. 



MEMBRANE 27 d. 

Commission of the peace, pursuant to the statute of Winchester, to 
Roger Corbet of Leghe and William de Ercalowe, in the county of Salop. 

The like of the following in the following counties : — 
Philip de Somervill ( q- it -, 

Robert de Knyghteleye j btallorci. 

John de Haryngton 



Thomas de Lathum 



Lancaster. 



Oxford. 



Ralph de Nowers ^ 

Richard de Abberbury f ^^'.^^^. [Pari. Writs.] 

Commission of oyer and terminer to Lambert de Trikyngham, Peter de 
Ludyngton and Alan de Cubbeldyk, on complaint by Hugh de Driby, 
' chivaler,' that Hugh Droury, chaplain, Roger atte Watere of Creton, 
William Gromet of Pykeworth, John de Wesceby, John Bouer of Kyseby, 
Thomas son of William Carter of Kyseby, Adam ' Jonesneveu le Long ' of 
Kyseby, William le Oxhird of Kyseby, William le Cuhird of Osgoteby, 
Ralph le Swynherd of Kyseby, Nicholas ' Thebaudeservant le Taillour ' of 
Ingoldeby, Robert Payn of Swynsed, Richard le Shiphird of Ingoldeby, 
and others, assaulted him at Lavynton, co. Lincoln. 

The like to John Inge, John Randolf and Richard de Loveny, on 
complaint by John de Bello Campo of Somersete that John Spyne of 
Sevenhampton, Thomas atte Mede, Ralph de Middelnye, John his brother, 
William de Craucombe, 'templer,' John his brother, John Souche, Thomas 
le Scryven, Robert' Coye and others, carried away his goods at Muchelnye, 
CO. Somerset, and assaulted his men. By K. 

The like to Henry Spigurnel, John de Lunge vyll and John de Hegham, 
on complaint by John de Shelton, clerk, that John Gernoun, Hugh 
Gernoun, clerk, Edmund de Islep and others broke a house at Ardele, co. 
Oxford, wherein he was being lodged, assaulted him and carried away his 
goods. By K. 



MEMBRANE 26d. 

Sept. 12. Commission of oyer and terminer to Robert de Wodehous, William de 
Dover. Herlaston, William de Scothou and Simon Croiser, touching the persons 
who have wasted the king's manors and places in the counties of Berks, 
Essex, Hertford, Middlesex, Kent, Surrey and Sussex [as in the com- 
mission on m. SSd]. By p.s. 
On 25 October following Robert Houell was associated in the above 
commission. By p.s. 

Oct. 3. Writ of aid, during pleasure, for John de Sturmy, John de Harsyk and 

Maresfield. the sheriff of Norfolk and Suffolk, whom the king is sending to divers parts 
of the realm for business very near his heart, enjoined on them viva voce, 
and to arrest certain persons whose names have been supplied to them. 
The like for the following : — 
Thomas West. 

Thomas Ughtred, knight, and Alan de Tesedale. 
Walter de Botheby and Eustace Bozoun. [Pari. Writs.] 



MEMBRANE 22d. 
Oct. 12. Commission of oyer and terminer to John de Donecastre, William de 

Westminster. Aune and Thomas de Eyvill touching the persons who killed Thomas de 
Kyrkeby at Conyngesburgh, co. York. 



232 



CALENDAK OF PATENT KOLLS. 



-j Qo,c\ Membrane 22^/ — cont. 

Oct. 15. The like to John de Bello Campo of Somersete, John de Stonore, 

Westminster. Ingeh'am Berenger and John de Fosse, on complaint by Ralph son of 
John de Chidiok that John Mantravers, the elder, Thomas de Hunteleye, 
Adam de Blakeford, John le Hunte, Gilbert le Irysh, Thomas de Penbrugg, 
William le Yenutrer, William Dulre, John Broun, William Humfray, 
Edmund de Brok, Thomas Davy, Henry Baret of Hyneton Martel, ' messer,' 
John le Rymour of Almere, Gilbert fuitz Lokevyle, John Warlagh, William 
le Rymour, Roger Pycot, Walter Tropynel, Hugh le Reve of Wolcome, 
Robert le Bakere of Luchet Mautravers, William le Spenser of Luchet 
Mautravers, William Musket the elder, William son of John Musket, 
Andrew Turbervill, Richard le Wyse of Yevele, and others, assaulted him 



at Bere, co. Dorset. 



ByK. 



The like to the same, on complaint by John de Brudeport and Isabel his 
wife that, whereas they have, and Isabel and her ancestors, sometime lords 
of the manor of Bere, co. Dorset, time out of mind have been accustomed 
to have a three days' fair there every year, John Mautravers the elder and 
the others abovementioned, came to the said fair and assaulted Richard de 
Turbervill, John Turbervill and Ralph son of John Chidiok, deputed by 
the said John and Isabel to collect the customs and other profits of the fair, 
prevented them from collecting the same, and assaulted the men deputed 
by the said John and Isabel to keep the peace in the said fair, whereby they 
lost their service for a great time. By K. 



Oct. 14. 

Westminster 



Oct. 12. 

Westminster 



Oct. 20. 

Cippenham. 

Oct. 25. 
Cippenham. 



MEMBRANE 2Ul. 

Commission of oyer and terminer to John de Bousser, Robert de Asshele 
and Roger de Luda, on complaint by Thomas Gifibrd that Roger atte Watre, 
Osbert ' Roggeresman atte Watre ' and Simon de Gledeseye, and others, 
assaulted him at Boklond, co. Hertford, and carried away his goods. By K. 

The like to John de Donecastre, William de Aune and Thomas de Eyvill, 
on complaint by Roger de Flete, late constable of the king's castle of 
Conyngesburgh, co. York, that whereas he went to the church of Conynges- 
burgh to audit the accounts of divers of the king's bailiffs and to levy the 
king's moneys according to his office, Alan de V[e]sci, William de Vescy, 
John de Yescy, Elias de Yescy, and others, assaulted him in the execution 
of the king's business, and his men and servants, whereby he lost their 
service for a great time, and besieged him in the church and prevented him 
from doing the business. By K. 

Commission de iralliis ctfossatis to John de Clyvedon,Hugh de Langelonde 
and Elias de Godele in the county of Somerset. 

Commission of oyer and terminer to Lambert de Trykyngham, William 
de la Launde and Hasculph de Whitewell, on complaint by Walter, abbot 
of Yaudey, that William son of Roger de Cressy, and others, assaulted him 
at the tow^n of Boston, co. Lincoln, and his men. By fine of 20.s'. 



MEMBRANE 20rf. 



Oct. 24. Commission de walliis etfossath to Adam de Brom, William de Leycestre, 

Cippenham. Laurence de Rustyngton and Robert de Kelleseye touching a breach on the 
bank of the Thames between the towns of Grenwych and Bermundeseye, in 
in the county of Kent. 



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238 



1325. 

Oct. 22. 

Cippenham. 



Sept. 12. 

Dover. 



Membra7ie 20d — cont. 

Appointment of John Inge, Hugh de Langelond and J. de Fosse to 
deliver the gaol of Dorchestre of Robert du Jardyn, John atteMude, John 
atte Watere, William Sampson, Robert Kyron, and Adam Serjaunt, 
detained there for a robbery at Little Wyndesore, co. Dorset ; unless they 
are charged with rebellion. 

Commission of oyer and terminer to Robert de Wodehous, William de 
Herlaston, William de Scothou and Simon Croyster, touching the persons 
who have wasted the king's manors and places in the counties of Essex, 
Hertford, Middlesex, Kent, Surrey, Sussex, Oxford, Berks, Bedford and 
Buckingham [as in the commission on in. S'dd], By p.s. 



MEMBRANE 19J. 

Nov. 1. Commission to Walter de Norwyco, Robert Baynard, John de Ingham, 

Cippenham. Thomas de Hyndryngham and John Claver, to enquire in the counties of 

Norfolk and Suffolk touching persons who have taken victuals, armour 

and other goods to the lands of enemies [as in the commission on 

m.Sld]. ByK. 

Nov. 21. Commission of oyer and terminer to John de Trillowe, William de 

Westminster. Shareshull and John le Botiller of Lanultwyt, on complaint by Nicholas 
de Folebrook of Cherchehull that Roger de Nowers, 'chivaler,' Stephen 
le Notiare of Clebury Mortimer, William son of William le White of 
Chertehull, and others, assaulted him at Chertehull, co. Oxford, and broke 
his arms and legs. By p.s. 



Nov. 18. 

Westminster 



Nov. 22. 

Westminster 



MEMBRANE IM 

Association of John de Cantebrigge, in the room of Robert de Scales, 
deceased, in the commission de n-alliis et fo.ssatta lately directed to the said 
Robert and John de Fytton, Thomas de Briston and Robert de Welles of 
Biccheham in Mersland and the adjacent parts, co. Norfolk. 

Commission of the peace, pursuant to the statute of Winchester, to 
Robert de Knyghtele and John de Hynkele, in the county of Stafford. 

ByK. 



MEBIBRANE lid. 

Nov. 21. Commission of oyer and terminer to Thomas Wake, John de Sutton, 

Westminster. Robert de Scorburgh and Adam de Hoperton, on complaint by the prioress 
of Swyne that Maud late the wife of Robert Tihol of Swyne, Senian de 
Burton, Roger le Provost of Swyne, William le Pynder of Swyne, Robert 
' Roberdeschaumberleyn de Hilton,' William de Whetely, William Pouf, 
Robert Thorstan, 'pescheour,' Saer Cantyng, John Ingram, Richard son of 
Hugh, William 'in the Wilghes,' William de Asthorp, Reginald Scot, Robert 
le Sumpter, and others, impounded her beasts at Swyne, co. York, without 
cause and kept them impounded sometimes until part perished thereby, 
and sometimes until she made ransom with Maud for their deliverance, and 
sometimes detained them in secret places and then drove them by night 
to places unknown, mowed her reeds in the marshes, fished in her several 
fisheries, &c. [as in the commission on m. 32ct]. 

Changed because sealed at another time hy order of the king. 



234 



CALENDAR OF PATENT ROLLS. 



1325. 

Nov. 23. 
Westminster, 



Nov. 22. 

Westminster. 



Membrane 1 Id — cotit. 

Commission to Robert Perepount, John de Mounteney and Richard de 
Whatton to survey reported defects in the houses within the king's castle 
of Notingham, and in the gorces and mills there belonging to the castle, 
and find by inquisition in the county of Nottingham in the time of what 
constables or keepers these happened and what will be the cost of the 
necessary repairs. 

Commission to Geoffrey le Scrop, John de Stonore and Robert de 
Malberthorp to make inquisition in the city of London and the suburb 
thereof, touching a petition exhibited before the king and council, containing 
that Edmund de Pontefracto, Walter de Sancto Neoto and Richard Relost, 
lately meeting (cnnrersantes) in the church of St. Paul, London, counter- 
feited the Great Seal, and sealed divers letters of pardon in the king's name 
to William Giffard, lately a prisoner in Neugate for felony and to others 
charged with like felonies, and daily do the like in divers parts of the 
realm. By pet. of C. 

Stephen Albon of London sues for the king. 



Nov. 28. 

Westminster. 



MEMBRANE 16d. 

Commission to John Sturmy, Thomas de Hyndringham and John 
Claver reciting that, whereas the king lately assigned the said John Claver 
with Walter de Norwico, Robert Baynard and John de Ingham to make 
inquisition in the counties of Norfolk and Suffolk touching divers trespasses, 
felonies, oppressions and crimes by malefactors of those counties, and 
Master Simon de Dallyng and Thomas de Jernemuth undertook to sue his 
business before them under his protection, he now understauds that the 
said Simon and Thomas maliciously detained his commission therein, 
shewing it in divers parts of the counties, and by threats extorted 
money from some men that they should not be disturbed in the premises, 
and have not as yet sued anything in the said business, and that they have 
counterfeited the seal of the mayoralty of Lenn and sealed letters 
prejudicial to the mayoralty and done other evils of the like nature ; and 
assigning them to find how long Simon and Thomas detained his 
commission, what sums they obtained by extorting, whether they did not 
sue his business as aforesaid, and the whole truth as to the counterfeiting 
of the seal and the sealings. 



Dec. 4. 

Westminster. 

April 10. 
Kenilworth. 



1325. 

Dec. 6. 

Westminster. 



MEMBRANE 15d. 
Association of Edmund de Eyncourt in the commission of the peace to 
William de Kyme and Robert Darcy in the county of Lincoln. By C. 

Commission of oyer and terminer to John de Clyvedon, John de Fosse, 
Robert de Aston and John de Annesle on complaint by the abbot of St. 
Augustine's, Bristol, that John Percehay, William de Kent, William 
Honypyn, Thomas Persoun, John Persoun, John le Devenissh, Robert 
Bremel, Thomas le Devenissh, and others, broke his underground leaden 
conduit at Clyfton, co. Gloucester, and carried away the lead thereof. 

By fine of 20s. 

The like to the same on complaint by the said abbot that Simon de 
Senevill, Richard le Machun, Alan Bretun, William de Soweye, Hugh le 
Chaumberleyn, John Wale and William le Faukener, and others, broke his 
close at Legh, co. Somerset, burned the doors and windows of the houses 
there, and felled the trees and carried them away with other goods. 

By fine contained in another writ. 



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285 



1325. 

Dec. 7. 
Tower of 
London. 



Dec. 6. 
Westminster. 



Membrane 1 5 d — cont . 

Commission of oyer and terminer to Hervey de Staunton, Roger Beler, 
John de J3ousser and John de Heselarton, on complaint by Thomas Wake 
of Lydcl that John Ryggcs, Nicholas Rygges ' le hunte,' Walter le Clerk, 
Thomas ,le Hunte, John de Holton, 'chapelayn,' Thomas Moigne, 'clerk,' 
Geoffrey Grom, ' fleccher,' William his son, Thomas de Cornherthc, William 
Cok, ' palefreour,' Richard Brid, Richard Materaz ' le Keu,' Ralph de 
Quedwell of Burs Magna, Robert Chaunterel of Maldon, Thomas le Marny, 
William le 'Ladeservant of the Grey,' John With, William le Mouner of 
Athelyngford, Ralph Pecok, Thomas Darderne, John Frere, Godfrey le 
Mouner, William Colyn of Fordham, Roger Gernoun, parson of the church 
of Esthorp, Ralph Gernoun, Richard Gernoun, and others, entered his 
manor at Colne Quency, co. Essex, and carried away his goods, broke his 
park there, hunted therein and carried away deer, and assaulted his men. 

By K. 

The like to John Loveday, Master John de Hilderle and Nicholas 
Rouland, on complaint by John de Sancto Amando that Robert son of 
Robert de Shakeleston, Richard son of Ralph de Swelesho, Thomas 
Spigurnel, William le Brune, John son of Nicholas le Jeremonger of 
Bedeford, Nicholas his brother, Stephen de Bodenho of Bedeford, 
Maurice Culbere of Bedeford, Simon Culbere, John son of John Wymond, 
Henry Oliver, William Beauchaump, ' bocher,' Thomas le Spicer, 
Robert Crowe, William son of Simon le Carpenter, William Feye, William 
Hastyng, Stephen le Bole, John le Bole, Roger le Taverner, Hugh Frys, John 
de Ocle the elder, John de Ocle the younger, Simon de Lymbodesheye, Ralph 
his son, John brother of the same Ralph, Richard Merlyn, Stephen son of 
Hugh de Hawenes, John le Bore, Geoffrey Juliane, John Woderoue, John 
Gerard ' le carpenter,' Robert Roger, Richard Jargevile, ' le personesservaunt ' 
of Maldon, Robert Goderiche of Kemeston Herdewyk, Robert Arnold, 
of Pelynge, John ' Thomasserjaunt de Herdewyk,' John le White of Kemeston 
Herdewyk, John Haunnok of Chethele, Robert son of David de Maldon, John 
Godard of Merston, Thomas son of Stephen de Maldon, Henry son of 
Thomas atte Churche, John Arnold of Pelynge and others broke his houses 
at Hoghton Conquest, co. Bedford, mowed his crops there and carried them 
away with other goods. By K. 



MEMBRANE \U, 

Nov. 28. Commission to William le Butiller of Wemme and Walter de Hugford to 

Westminster, enquire what evildoers entered the close of the king's manor of Aderdeleye, 

CO. Salop, carried away his goods, and assaulted Henry le Parker and some 

other of his men and servants there, whereby he lost their service for a 

great time. 

Nov. 12. Commission to Roger de Chaundos and John Inge to enquire in the 

Cippenluira. presence of Thomas de Longeford, summoned by them for this, whether he 
has caused a gorce to be made in the water of Lugge, within the liberty of 
the manor of Hampton Bishop's, co. Hereford, belonging to the bishopric 
of Hereford, which is in the king's hands for certain causes, after the said 
manor came to the king's hands ; and if it has been raised to the nuisance 
and prejudice of the king to have it thrown down. 

Dec. 5. Commission of oyer and terminer to John de If eld, Roger de Bavent 

Westminster, and Robert de Estden, on complaint by Adam Pekoe that Richard son of 

John de Ernele, John Scardevile, Adam Crochun and others assaulted him 

at Petteworth, co. Sussex. By K. 



236 



CALENDAR OF PATENT ROLLS. 



lo.^r Membrane l^d — cont. 

Dec. 10. Commission to Walter de Friskeneye, Robert de Malberthorp and Gilbert 

Tower of de Toutheby to survey the walls of the city of Lincoln, and find by 
London. inquisition the names of the collectors who have levied any of the murage 
granted by the king's letters patent for repair of those walls, to audit their 
accounts and to compel them by distraint and other such ways as may be 
expedient to apply all moneys received on that account to be applied to the 
purpose for which it was levied. By pet. of C. 

Dec. 16. Commission of oyer and terminer to Robert Beudyn, John de Treiagn 

Havering atte and Richard de Chisebeche, on complaint by Thomas Lercedekne that 
whereas lately when he was going to Gascony on the king's service, the king 
took him and his men and lands under his protection, Ralph Bloyon, William 
Basset, William son of Robert, Stephen de Trewynt, Thomas Walle, John 
de Kernyk, Henry le Parker, Ralph le Symple, Hugh le Harpour, and others 
broke his park at Lanyhorn, co. Cornwall, while he was so under protection 
therein, hunted therein and carried away deer. " By p.s. 



Bo\Yer. 



MEMBRANE 13^. 

Dec. 15. Commission to William de Blaneford, John de Brideport and Walter 

Havering atte BariU, to survey the king's castle of Corfe and the warren of Purbyk, co. 

Bower. Dorset, which he has committed during pleasure to the custody of John 

Pecche, to hold as others have held the same before these times ; and to 

what enquire in state the castle now is and in what manner the castle and 

warren have been kept in the past. By p.s. 

Dec. 14. Association of Thomas de Burton in the commission of oyer and terminer 

Tower of touching the prioress of Swyne. [See in. lid.] 
London. 



Nov. 28. 
Westminster 



Dec. 10. 
Tower of 
London. 



Dec. 12. 

Tower of 
London. 



MEMBRANE 12d. 

Commission of oyer and terminer to Henry Spigurnel and John Morteyn, 
touching the persons concerned in the death of John de Olneye, killed at 
Tykeford by Neuport Paynel, co. Buckingham. 

The like to Walter de Freskeneye, Robert de Malberthorp and Gilbert de 
Toutheby, upon petition exhibited before the king and council by the middle 
citizens of the city of Lincoln complaining that the bailiffs of that city and 
their predecessors and their confederates oppress them by taking from some 
of the citizens sometimes a mark, sometimes half a mark, and from everyone 
having less and holding a house there 6d. a year, which prise is called 
buscage in the said city, and amounts to lOO''. a year at the least ; and from other 
citizens they take excessive ransoms and fines if they have not done watches 
in the city from Michaelmas to Christmas in the highroads opposite the 
doors of their houses according to an ordinance of the said bailiffs and 
others, sparing the rich in all such prises, watches and levies, and 
converting the moneys so levied to their own uses. By pet. of C. 

The like to Roger de Chaundos, Richard de Baskervyll, John Inge 
and Thomas de Louth, upon information that Edmund Bastard, 
William his brother, Robert de Wyxhull, Edmund de Whitesdale, Ralph 
de Nyenton, William his brother, Robert de Wolston, John son of 
John de Bekebury, Ralph de Glaseleye, parson of the church of 
Sudbury, William son of Reginald le Palmer of Neyenton, Ralph son 
of Reginald le Palmer, John Shep, Richard de Hauekeston, William 



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237 



1325 



Dec. 26. 



Jury 



Membrane 12^/ — cont. 

Handys, Stephen de Byterle, 'forester,' John de Borham, Richard de 
Spitehsh, Gregory de Hokeswod, William de Northgrave, chaplain, 
John de Bee, chaplain, Edmund de Wiresdale, Adam Daras, John de 
Lavynton, John de Dudemor, Henry Not, chaplain, John son of Ralph le 
Botiller, Thomas de la Berewe, Ralph le Hunte of Nyenton, Ralph Sagon, 
chaplain, Robert de Wolston, and others, broke the king's parks of Clebury 
and Ernewode, co. Salop, hunted therein and in the chace of Wyre, felled 
trees in the said parks and chace and in the woods of Huggele and Staunton 
Lascy, co. Salop, and carried away trees and deer, and that waste and 
destruction of vert and venison have been done therein by the keepers, 
foresters and ministers thereof since the said lands came into the king's 
hands by the forfeiture of Roger de Mortuo Mari of Wygemor. By K. 



The like to John de Bousser and Adam de Broun, on complaint by divers 
^ - persons to the king as he was passing through the county of Suffolk, that 

. .1. munc s. |.j^g commissioners of array appointed in that county and their deputies 
exceeded the form of their commission and extorted sums of money for 
their own use and inflicted oppressions and other injuries on the people, also 
that they have detained in their hands great part of the money levied for 
the armour of the levies, and have taken away great part of such armour 
and kept some of it for themselves. By K. 



Dec. 9. 

Tower of 
London. 



MEMBRANE lid. 

Commission to William de Kyme and Robert Darcy as conservators of 
the peace in the county of Lincoln. ■ _ By C. 



1326. 

Jan. 12. 

South 
Elmham. 



MEMBFxANE lOd. 

Commission of oyer and terminer to John Inge, Thomas de Louthe and 
Robert de Afton, on complaint by Thomas ap Adam that some persons 
entered by force his castle of Bevereston, co. Gloucester, at the time when 
it was in the king's hands by reason of his minority, broke the doors and 
windows of the houses and the walls and turrets of the castle, broke also 
a chest of his there in the king's custody and carried away 40 charters and 
30 writings obligatory relating to his inheritance. By K. 



1325. 
Dec. 10. 
Tower of 
London. 



MEMBRANE U, 

Commission of oyer and terminer to Walter de Friskeneye, Robert de 
Malberthorp, Richard de Wylughby and John Hamelyn, on complaint 
by Oliver le Waleys, sheriff of Leicester, by petition before the king and 
council, that whereas the king lately, at the request of H. bishop of Lin- 
coln, by writ commanded him to remove at once all lay force which 
held itself in the church of Whatton to disturb the bishop from 
exercising his spiritual office there, John de Tours, chaplain, Simon 
Pakeman, Roger de Hertrugg, and others, prevented him and his Serjeants 
from entering the church to execute the writ, raised the hue and cry upon 
them as though they were robbers, threw stones at them and shot at them 
with arrows, and afterwards as they were coming out of the church 
assaulted and drove them in fear of death into a house there wherein they 
besieged them for a long time, set fire to the house, and took out of the 
custody of the sheriff two men whom he had attached, and nine writs 
which had been sent to him to be executed. By pet. of C. 



238 



CALENDAR OF PATENT ROLLS. 



1326. 

Jan. 24. 
Norwich. 



Membrane dd — eont. 

Commission to Walter de Friskeney and Robert de Malberthorp reciting 
that, whereas John de Englis of Wyram, an approver lately in the prison 
of the Marshalsea of the household, when he was alive, appealed John 
Russell of Pynchebek before the coroners of the household of adherence to 
Roger de Mortuo Mari, William Trussell and other rebels and of consent 
and aid to other rebels in the retaining and levying of divers men, 
horsemen and footmen against the king, and appealed certain other persons 
of divers felonies, and the king commanded the coroners to cause the said 
approver to come before him with his appeals and attachments and other 
evidences a fortnight after Martinmas last, and the said approver on that 
day retracted his appeal entirely, and some other persons attached by the 
said appeal alleged that the approver, before his appeal against them, abjured 
the realm at the church of the Friars Minors of Lenne, at Lenne, co. Norfolk, 
whereby they ought not to make answer to the appeal, and herein vouched 
to warranty the record of the coroners of the county, inasmuch as in the 
record it is found that this is so, the king has quashed the said appeal ; and 
now on behalf of the said John, who is on that account in the king's prison 
at Lincoln, petition has been made for his deliverance, he being ready to 
stand his trial on all points, and the king therefore commands the said 
Walter and Robert, if he can show that he is in custody on that charge and 
no other, to take his mainprise, if he can find mainpernors, to be before 
the king fifteen days after being summoned and that he will bear himself 
well from now, and to have before him on the quinzaine of Easter the 
names of the mainpernors and this writ. 



MEMBRANE 6d. 

Jan. 24. Commission to Henry de Gosehale, Henry de Valoyns, Simon Bortelot 

Norwich and Thomas Chiche to make inquisition in the city of Canterbury touching 
confederacies and conventicles in that city, and woundings, killings and 
mutilations of limbs, and to arrest those indicted by such inquisition. 



MEMBRANE bd. 

Jan. 24. Commission to Thomas le Blount, John Hamelyn and Henry de Fereres to 

Norwich. make inquisition in the county of Leicester touching all persons concerned 

in the killing of Roger Beler, when he was going from Kirkeby to Leicester, 

and to arrest all those found guilty herein. 

April 10. Commission of oyer and terminer touching a complaint by the abbot of 

Kenilworth. St. Augustine's, Bristol, as to his close at Legh [as in the commission on - 
1)1. 15^] . 

Renewed because sealed at another time by fine made at another time. 

■ Commission to S. de Lundesthorp, S. de Grymmesby and J. de Crosholm 

to deliver the gaol of the castle of Lincoln of William son of Roger de 

Gedeneye, detained in that gaol for the death of Adam le Baker of 
Tokesford. 

Jan. 30. Commission to Hugh de Courteney, John de Bousser, Robert de Stokhey 

Burgh. and John de Trevenion, on information that, whereas John Treiagn, sheriff 

of Cornwall, lately held his county at Lostwythiell, and for divers debts 

caused the beasts of William de Botereux to be impounded by his bailiffs, 

the said William and William Basset and others of their confederacy, 



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1326 



Membrane 5(1 — cant. 



coming with armed power into the full county, assaulted him as he was 
holding his county, and prevented and daily prevent him from holding it 
and from attaching malefactors or keeping the king's peace, and these same 
evildoers assaulted the king's bailiffs as they were doing what pertained to 
their office, in the presence of Roger de Blacolvesley, receiver of the king's 
moneys in that county, and other of the king's lieges before the said 
receiver and bailiffs ; and that for two years they have hunted at their will, 
by night and by day, in the king's parks in that county, carrying away deer 
and greatly wasting his venison, and have laid ambushes to carry off from 
sheriff' and the receiver the king's moneys which these wished to carry to 
the Exchequer, to make inquisition in the county for the names of the said 
evildoers and the whole truth of the matter and to arrest the guilty. 

Byp.s. 



MEMBRANE M. 

Feb. 8. Commissission to Simon Warde and William le Fuiz William to take all 

Gaywocd. trespassers against the peace in the Northrithing and Westrithing, co. York, 

and have them safely kept in the gaol of the castle of Pountfreit until the 

king give other order therein. 

Feb. 28. The like to Hugh de Meynill and Walter de Waldeshef in the county of 

Langton. Derby. French. By K. 



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19 EDWARD II.— Part 2. 



1326. 

Feb. 4. 
VValsingham. 



Feb. 3. 
Walsingham. 

Feb. 9. 
Gay wood. 



Feb. 4. 

WalsinRham. 



Jan. 9. 
Gay wood. 



Feb. 13. 

West 
Dereham. 



Feb. 12. 
Weeting. 



Feb. 12. 
Dereham. 



MEMBRANE 22. 

Protection with clause noltnnus for one year for the prior of Kenihvorth. 
The like for Richard de Aston Somervill, parson of the church of All 
Saints, Estwarham. 

Appointment of Roger Mauduyt to pursue and arrest Gilbert de Whitton. 

ByK. 

Licence for Roger de Kerdeston to grant to William de Kerdeston and 
Margaret his wife, and the heirs of their bodies land and rent to the value 
of 151. a year in his manor of Skendelby, co. Lincoln, held in chief ; with 
reversion to the said Roger and his heirs. By fine of 15/. Lincoln. 

Grant to Ritehard Herberd of Berton juxta Cantebrigg that, whereas the 
king on 13 Februa^iy, 18 Edward II, pardoned him for the death of Philip 
Herberd of Neuton, killed before the previous Christmas and any other 
felonies, on the mainprise which he found before William de Bereford to go 
on the king's service in the next passage to Gascony, and on his return to 
stand his trial, and he did not go pursuant to the mainprise aforesaid, the 
pardon shall nevertheless be of effect as if he had gone, as the king has 
learned on trustworthy testimony that during the whole time of that passage 
he was incapacitated by grievous infirmity. 

Licence for the alienation in mortmain by Thomas de Tylneye to the 
prior and convent of Westacre of 81. a year from 80 acres of land in 
Wygenhale, Tilneye and Northclenchewarton, to find two chaplains, one in 
the church of St. German, Wygenhale, and the other in the chapel of 
St. James in the manor of John de Fitton in the same town to celebrate 
divine service daily for the souls of Robert de Fitton and Alice his wife, 
John de Fitton and Margery and Amice sometime his wives, Robert de 
Fitton, Hervey de Saham, William de Saham, Godfrey son of Berewenna 
and Katharine his wife, and William de Stoulham and Beatrice his wife ; 
and for the soul of the said Thomas after his death, and the souls of his 
ancestors and benefactors and the faithful departed. 

By K. at the instance of Emma, lady of Mold. 

Vacated because otherwise on the Patent Iloll of 1 Edward [III]. [Calendar 
rp. 93, 94.] 

Licence for Robert de Monte Alto to enfeoff Master Henry de Clif'-, 
king's clerk, and Richard de la Rokele, of the manor of Snetesham, held 
in chief, and for them to regrant the same to him, Emma his wife, and his 
heirs. By K. 

Vacated because othenrise beloiv in the month of April under t/ie same date. 

Respite, at the request of William de Neuport, king's yeoman, to John 
son of John de Coggeshale from taking up the arms of a knight, until 
Midsummer. [Pari. Writs.] By p.s. 

Pardon to Thomas le Harpour of Dick for the death of Simon Toller, 
vicar of the church of Friskeneye, killed before Christmas, in the eighteenth 
year, and of any consequent outlawry, in consideration of his having gone 
to Gascony on the king's service and stayed there the whole time that the 



19 EDWARD II.— Part 2. 



241 



1326. 



Feb. 12. 
Dereham. 

Feb. 10. 

Gay wood. 



Feb. 12. 
VV'eeting. 



Feb. 12. 

West 
Dereham. 



Feb. 15. 
Exning. 



Feb. 17. 
Baruwell. 



Feb. 16. 
Barnwell. 



Feb. 14. 
Exning. 



Feb. 16. 
Barnwell. 



Feb. 15. 
Barnwell. 



Membrane 22 — rout. 

army was there, to shew the same grace to him as was shewn to others 
who were then on the king's service ; on condition that he stand his trial 
if an}' one wishes to proceed against him. By K. 

The like word for word to William son of Simon de Quapelod, for the 
death of John Bee of Tidde. By K. 

Appointment of Eudo dc Stoke, constable of the castle of Kenilworth, 
to select at his discretion men for the munition of that castle. By K. 

Licence for Alan de Claveryng to grant to William son of Alan de 
Claveryng and Maud his wife and the heirs of their bodies 8 messuages, 
180 acres of land and 12 acres of meadow in Yetlyngton, and two parts of 
the manor of Kalouley, held in chief, with reversion to Alan and his 
heirs. By K. 

Appointment during pleasure of Simon Croyser, king's Serjeant, as 
bailifi' of the town of Wynchelse and the rape (la liopa) and warden of the 
scrutiny of all persons entering or leaving the realm by the port of 
Wynchelse and the rape. By K. 

Vacated because on tJie Fine Roll. 

Pardon to John de Staynton for acquiring to him and his heirs from 
Thomas de Burgh 24s. of rent in Mekesburgh, held in chief as of the 
honor of Tikhill, and entering therein without licence ; with restitution to 
him of the same. 

Writ de intendendo to the barons of the port of Dover in favour of John 
Larcher, as substitute of Ralph Basset of Drayton, to whom the king has 
committed the custody of that port during pleasure. 

Protection with clause nolmnus, for one year, for the prior of St. Oswald's, 
Nostel. 

The like for the prior of Ware. 

Pardon to Robert son of Thomas Colle in the Marshalsea prison for the 
death of William de Lek, as it appears by the record of Geoffrey le Scrop 
and his fellows, justices assigned to hold the pleas before the king, that he 
killed him in self-defence. 

Licence for the alienation in mortmain by Maud de Tony to the prior 
and convent of Kokesford of 3 messuages, 100 acres of land, 100 acres of 
pasture and 10.9. of rent in Grymeston, Cangham, Rydon, Wyvelyngg and 
Apelton, to find a chaplain to celebrate divine service daily in the chapel of 
St. Katharine, lately built, in the churchyard of Apelton, or elsewhere as 
she shall ordain, for the souls of the said Maud and Robert de Tony, some- 
time her husband, and the faithful departed ; in lieu of the licence lately 
granted to her by letters patent for her to assign the same to the prior and 
convent of Westacre, to find a chaplain to celebrate as above in the said 
chapel. 

Pardon to William de Berle of his outlawry in the county of Bedford for 
non-appearance before the king to answer touching a plea of trespass of 
Ralph de Wedon, on condition that he surrender straightway to prison and 
stand his trial, if the said Ralph will proceed against him. 

Licence for the prior and convent of Bromhull by Brandonferie, to 
acquire in mortmain land and rent, not held in chief, to the value of 50.s'. 
yearly. By K. 



3217 



Q 



242 



CALENDAR OF PATENT ROLLS. 



1326. 

Feb. 13. 
Mildenhall. 

Feb. 18. 
Barnwell. 

Feb. 20. 
Barnwell. 



Feb. 20. 
Barnwell. 

March 3. 
Leicester. 



Membrane 22 — coiit. 

Protection, until 1 August, for William Simond, master of a ship called 
la James of London, ordered by the king to bring the said ship from Bristol 
to London. By K. 

Appointment of Philip de Estowe, knight, to pursue and arrest Robert 
Norman of Broun, yeoman of Aucher le Filz Henri. By K. 

Licence for the prior and convent of the Holy Trinity, Canterbury, to 
appropriate the church of Ay she, in the diocese of Norwich, which is of 
their advowson, in aid of the maintenance of seven chaplains celebrating 
divine service daily in the new eleemosynary chapel founded in honour of 
the Virgin Mary and St. Thomas the Martyr, near the gate of the prior and 
convent, for the good estate of the king and his children, for the soul of 
the king after his death, and for the souls of his progenitors, heirs and 
successors, and the faithful departed. By K. 

Protection, with clause nolnmus, for one year, for John deLangeton, clerk, 
constantly attendant upon the king's service in the Chancery. 

Presentation of Thomas de Lenne to the church of Botyngdon, in the 
diocese of Lincoln, in the king's gift by reason of the priory of Tykeford 
being in his hands. 



Feb. 10. 
Gaywood. 



Feb. 13. 

West 
Dereham. 



Feb. 18. 
Barnwell. 



Feb. 10. 
Gaywood 



Feb. 13. 

Weeting. 



MEMBRANE 21. 

Pardon to Thomas de Lelom for acquiring for life from Peter son of 
Peter de Malo Lacu 45s. of rent in Eggeton, held in chief ; and licence for 
him to retain the same. By fine of 20s. York. 

Licence for Thomas de Gardinis to enfeoff Richard de Gardinis, clerk, 
of 5 messuages, 5 tofts, 160 acres, 1 rood, of land, 6 acres of meadow and 
4Z. of rent in Ixnyng, held in chief, and for the latter to regrant the same 
to the said Thomas and Constance his wife for their lives, with the condition 
that if Constance survive her husband, she shall render yearly to John de 
Gardinis for his life 40s., and that if she die while the same John is 
surviving, the premises shall remain to him for life, with remainder to the 
right heirs of Thomas. By fine of 100s. 

Pardon to William de Lelom for acquiring in fee from Peter de Malo 
Lacu a messuage, 50 acres of land and 20 acres of meadow in Eggeton, 
held in chief of the late king, and from Peter son of the said Peter 11 acres 
of land there, held in chief of the present king, and entering therein without 
the licence of either king ; and licence for him to retain the same. 

Vacated because otherwise below under the same date. By fine of 20s. 

Whereas Robert de Brakenbergh and Joan his wife lately acquired in fee 
tail from Elias de Kabayn and Maud his wife the manor of Kelstern held 
in chief of Edward I, and entered therein, and after their death John de 
Brakenbergh, their son and heir, likewise entered therein, without the 
licence of the late king or the present king, the latter for a time made by 
the said John, has pardoned the trespasses herein, and granted that he 
shall have the manor again to hold according to the form of the acquisition. 

By fine of lOZ. 

The like to John de Wynkefeld, with respect to 69 acres of land in 
Wynkefeld, held in chief of Edward I, which were acquired in fee by his 
grandfather, John de Wynkefeld, from Fromund le Flemyng and entered 
into by both grandfather and grandson without licence. 

By fine of 40s. Suffolk. 



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243 



1326. 
Feb. 12. 

Mildenhall. 



Feb. 18. 

Barnwell. 



Feb. 18. 
Barnwell. 



Feb. 19. 
Barnwell . 



Feb. 16. 
Barnwell. 



Feb. 19. 
Barnwell. 



Feb. 19. 

Barnwell 



Feb. 18. 
Barnwell. 



Feb. 20. 
Barnwell. 



Membrane 21 — cont. 

Appointment, during pleasures of the mayor and burgesses of the town 
of Lenne, who have found mainprise before the king to keep the said town 
safe, to have the custody of the said town against the attacks of aliens or 
contrariants ; w^ith power to assess all persons dwelling within the walls to 
a subsidy for the defence of the town according to their abilities, as often 
as shall be necessary. By K. 

Writ of aid for them directed to all persons dwelling within the walls. 

ByK. 

Grant, for life, to Isabel de Hastyngges, late the wife of Ralph de Monte 
Hermerii, of the king's manor of Esttuderle, with its hamlets and 
appurtenances, which the said Ralph lately held for his life of the king. 

ByK. 

Appointment, until Michaelmas, of John de Sturmy, lately appointed 
captain and admiral of the fleet of ships of Great Yarmouth and other 
places from the mouth of the Thames northwards, to select, by himself or 
by deputies, mariners for the equipment of his ships. By K. 

Appointment, during pleasure, of Isabel de Hastyngges to have the 
custody of the corpus of the castle of Marlebergh and of the king's houses 
within the walls of the castle, for the safer dwelling of herself and the 
king's daughters in her company. By K. 

Pardon to the master and brethren of the hospital of St. Leonard, Stok by 
Newark, for acquiring in mortmain 7 acres of land from Henry de Seyntliz 
of Stok, 71 acres of land and 5 acres of meadow from John de Seintliz, 
5 acres of land from William de (sic) Venour, 3 roods of land from Ralph 
Hardy of Syreston, three roods of land from Robert son of Mauger de Stok, 
a messuage and i rood of land from Hugh de Alnyf , a messuage from Roger 
le Carpenter, and a messuage from Alice daughter of Hugh le Smyth of 
Stok, all in Stok by Newerk, and entering therein without licence ; with 
licence for them to retain the same. By K. 

Whereas Robert Wyles lately acquired in fee from Peter de Malo Lacu a 
messuage and 37 acres of land in Westyngby, held in chief of the late king, 
and John Wyles acquired likewise from Peter de Malo Lacu 4 tofts and 4 
bovates, 16 acres of land in Eggeton, held in chief of the present king, and 
whereas Peter Wyles afterwards acquired the same in fee from the said 
Robert and John and entered without the licence of the late king or of the 
present king ; the latter for a fine has pardoned the trespasses herein and 
granted licence for Peter to retain the messuages, tofts and lands. 

By fine of 205. York. 

Vacated because otherwise below under the same date. 

Appointment of Richard de Perers to pursue and arrest William son of 
Thomas la Zouche, knight, and the brothers (fratres) de Folevill and others, 
more fully expressed to the said Richard. By p.s. 

Exemption for life, at the request of J. bishop of Ely, of Rerus son of 
Rerus de Hibernia, from being put on assizes, juries, or recognitions, and 
from appointment as mayor, sheriff, coroner, or other bailiff or minister 
of the the king, in Ireland, against his will. By K. 

Grant for life to Roger de Watevill of a messuage, 55 acres of land, 9 
acres of meadow, 3 acres of pasture and 40.s'. of rent in Yiselham late of 
Robert de Walkefare, a rebel, with reversion to the king. By K. 



2 



44 



CALENDAR OF PATENT ROLLS. 



1326. 
Feb. 20. 
Branwell. 



Feb. 20. 

Barnwell. 



Feb. 20. 
Barnwell. 



Feb. 20. 

Barnwell. 



Feb. 20. 

Barnwell, 

Feb. 23. 
Kimbolton. 



Feb. 24. 
Kimbolton . 



Feb. 24. 

Rothwell, 



Feb. 26. 
Leicester. 



Membrane 21 — cont. 

Pardon, for a fine made by John de Insula, knight, to the said John of 
his rebellion, with restitution of his lands. By K. 

Mandate in pursuance to Roger de Whatton, keeper of forfeited lands in 
the county of Northampton. 

Licence for the prior and convent of Donemawe, to acquire in mortmain 
land and rent, not held in chief, to the value of lOOx. yearly. 

By K. on the information of William de Colby. 

Vacated because surrendered for this reason that on 20 Jidy, 15 Richard II, 
they acquired land and rent in full satisfaction hereof. 

Pardon, at the request of Robert de Watevill, to Richard Pyk of his 
imprisonment and whatever pertains to the king by reason of a trespass 



w^as indicted before the 
By p.s. 



against Simon Benet, w^hereof the said Richard 
king by the inquisition whereon he put himself. 

Licence for the chancellor and university of Cantebrigge to found a 
college of scholars in the said university, and to assign iu mortmain to the 
scholars for their habitation those two messuages which they have in 
Milnestrete, in the parish of St. John, Cantebrigge, held of the king in free 
burgage. By K. 

Pardon to Roger de Swynburn for the death of Walter Dolittill, and of 
any consequent outlawry, with the usual condition. By K. 

Licence for the alienation in mortmain by John de Chekenhull and 
Beatrice his wife, to the abbot and convent of Hide by Winchester of a 
messuage, a carucate of land, and 12 acres of meadow in Stonham, to find 
a monk as a chaplain to celebrate divine service daily in the said abbey for 
their souls and the souls of their ancestors, and all the faithful departed. 

By fine of 4:1. Southampton. 

Mandate to the constable of the castle of Richemund to deliver the said 
castle with its armour, victuals and all other things therein, by indenture, 
to William de Felton, king's yeoman, to whom on 21 February last, the 
king by letters patent has committed the custody thereof for three years. 

The like to the constable of the castle of Bowes. 

Presentation of John de Wodehous, king's clerk, to the chapel within the 
castle of Pleshey, in the diocese of London, void by the resignation of 
Master John Walew^ayn, the last w^arden thereof, and in the king's gift by 
reason of his custody of the land and heir of Humphrey de Bohun,.earl of 
Hereford and Essex, tenant in chief. 

Protection with clause nolumus, for one year, for Robert de Norton. 
The like for the following : — 

Master Robert de Leycestre, parson of the church of Sibbesdon. 

William de Holynes. 

Master William de Corbrigg, parson of the church of Norton Novere. 

The prior of Bredon. 

Robert Charnels, parson of the church of Swepeston. 



MEMBRANE 20. 

Feb. 20. Appointment of W. bishop of Exeter to survey the castles of Exeter, 

Barnwell. Tremeton, Launceveton, Tyntagel and all other king's castles in the counties 

of Cornwall and Devon and the stocks and munitions thereof, and to 

strengthen the same with victuals, armour and other necessaries, repair the 



19 EDWARD IL— Part 2. 



215 



1326 



Feb. 23. 
Kimbolton. 



Feb. 22. 
Kimbolton. 



Feb. 20. 
Barnwell. 



Feb. 24. 

Rothwell. 



Feb. 1 6. 

Barnwell. 



Feb. 28. 
Leicester. 



Feb. 27. 
Leicester. 



Memhranc 20 — cont. 

defects, remove constables, keepers and other ministers and substitute 
others, except the keeper of the castle of Tyntagel, to charge the constables 
and keepers with the victuals and stock sent to them from time to time 
and make them answerable for the issues and profits of the said castles and 
for the' said victuals and stock, and to receive money by indenture for the 
said munitions and works from the steward of the county of Cornwall and 
the sheriff of Devon, and to do everything suitable for the safety of the said 
castle and the parts adjacent. By K. 

Mandate to the steward of the county of Cornwall to deliver money to 
him accordingly. 

The like to the sheriff' of Devon. 

Vacated because on 30 Aprils in the same year, these letters were surrendered 
in the Chancery and cancelled. 

Grant for life to Richard de Cesaye, chaplain, of the wardenship of the 
hospital of St. Leonard, Lancastre, with all things belonging thereto. 

Presentation of Hugh de Colwyk to the church of Bencombe, in the 
diocese of Salisbury, in the king's gift by reason of the temporalities of 
the abbot of Caen being in his hands. 

Safe-conduct, until Whitsunday, for Berenger Foulcrandi and Peter 
Oliverii, Friars Minors, who lately came to the king from Aragon, now 
returning to the same parts. By K. 

Pardon to John Yonger for all felonies and trespasses and of this that 
he was an adherent of the Scots, the king's enemies and rebels ; on con- 
dition that he stand his trial if any one wishes to proceed against him. 

ByK. 
The like to the following : — 
John Elder. 
John de Stokhalgh. 
John del Spense. 

Adam le Walkere of Dolly ngham. 
John Fitz Robert. 
John Fitz Thomas. 
Patrick Fitz Thomas. 
Wilham Fitz Gilbert. 
Alan Arthur. 

Protection with clause mdnnius, for one year, for Ralph Foughler that he 
be not distrained or arrested for debts whereof he is is not principal debtor 
or surety, or for the trespasses of others. By K. 

Appointment, during pleasure, of Thomas le Blount to pursue and 
arrest John de Folevyll, Roger la Zousch, and Robert Lovet, parson of 
Aswell, and imprison them as has been more fully enjoined on him. 

ByK. 

Protection for two years for John Lalte of the island of Gernereye, his 
men and possessions in the islands of Gernereye, Jereseye, Serk and 
Aureny. By K. 

fnspexitnn.s of a grant, dated at Liverpool, on Tuesday after St. Giles the 
Abbot, 1271, by Edmund son of Henry III. to the church of St. James, 
Birkheved, and the monks there of 15 acres of land below the grange of 
Neusum, which John Gernet formerly held of him at will, to hold in frank 
almoin at a rent of os. Witnesses : — William le Botiler, Robert Banastre, 



246 



CALENDAR OF PATENT ROLLS. 



1326. 



Feb. 28. 
Leicester. 



Feb. 8 (sic). 
Leicester. 



March 1. 

Leicester. 



Feb. 13. 
Mildenhall. 



Feb. 26. 
Langdon. 

March 4. 

Leicester. 

March 26. 

Kenilworth. 

March 4. 

Leicester. 

March 5. 
Leicester. 



March 7. 
Leicester. 



March 9. 
Sibstone. 



Membrane 20 — cont. 

Henry du Lee, Robert de Holand, and Benedict Gernet, knights, John 
Gernet, Richard de Holand, and others ; and confirmation thereof to the 
prior and convent of that place. By fine of 20s. Lancastre. 

Licence for the alienation in mortmain by Matthew de Coker of 2 
messuages, 15 acres of land, 3 acres of meadow, and 2 acres of marsh in 
Wemedon and Chilton to a chaplain to celebrate divine service daily in the 
chapel of St. George, Wemedon, for the soul of the said Matthew, and the 
souls of his ancestors and heirs, and the faithful departed. 

By fine of 30s. Somerset. 

Pardon to John son of Simon de Edelyngton of Lincoln of his outlawry 
for non-appearance before the king to answer touching trespasses against 
the peace, on condition that he surrender to the prison of the Marshalsea 
and stand his trial w^hen the king wishes to proceed against him. By K. 

Licence for John de Urtiaco to enfeoff Thomas Atter Apse, ' bakere,' of 
a messuage, 2 bovates of land, 2 acres of meadow and 2 acres of wood in 
Corri Ryvel and Langhport Westovere, held in chief. By fine of 30s. 

Licence in mortmain for the abbot and convent of Derham to grant in 
fee to whomsoever they will land and rent to the value of 201. a year of 
their own demesne lands, not held in chief, in exchange for an equivalent 
of land and rent not held in chief. By K. 

Grant to the bailiffs and good men of Kelles in Methe of murage for three 
years. By K. 

Grant to John le Smale, king's clerk, of the deanery of the free chapel 

of St. Martin le Grand, London. By p.s. 

Writ de intendendo for him to the chapter of the said free chapel. By K. 

Revocation of the collation to Richard de Tissebury of the said deanery. 

By p.s. 

Pardon to Richard de Hawardeby of his outlawry in the county of 
Lincoln for non-appearance before the king to answer touching a plea of 
trespass of Geoffrey le Tasker of Malberthorp; on condition that he 
surrender at once to the prison of the Marshalsea and stand his trial if the 
said Geoffrey wishes to proceed against him. 

By K. on the information of William de Colby. 

Pardon to Hugh de Putteford * taillour ' and Christina his wife for 
acquiring in fee from Roger son of Roger le Mareschal a shop and a solar 
in the parish of St. Clement Danes without the bar of the New Temple, 
London, held in chief, and entering therein without licence; with restitution 
of the same. By K. 

Grant to the abbot and convent of Suleby of the advowson of the church 
of Sybertoft, co. Northampton ; licence also for them to appropriate the 
church. By K. 



MEMBRANE 19. 



Jan. 31. Pardon, at the request of Alice, countess of Norfolk, the king's sister, to 

Burgh. Roger de Trumpiton, knight, of the 200 marks whereby he made fine with 

the king to save his life and have his lands because he was a rebel ; with 

restitution of his lands. By p.s. 



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247 



1326 

March 3. 
Leicester. 



March 2. 
Leicester. 



March 13. 
Kenil worth 

Feb. 28. 
Leicester. 



March 5. 
Leicester. 



March 4. 
Leicester. 



March 3. 

Leicester. 



March 3. 

Leicester. 



March 5. 
Leicester. 



March 5. 
Leicester. 



♦ Membrane 19 — cont. 

Respite, until Whitsunday, to Robert de Shirburn from taking up the 
arms of a knight. 13y K. on the information of William de Colby. 

The like to the following : — 

John de Peauton. By K. 

Peter de la Mare. 

Robert de Clyfton. 

Nicholas de Cantilupo. 

Ralph de Hastynges, until Christmas. By p.s. 

Walter de Rodeneye, until All Saints. By p.s. 

John de Bloxham. [Pari. Writs.] 

By K. on the information of W. de Herlaston. 

Mandate to the locum, tenens of the dean and the chapter of the free 
chapel of Hastynges to assign a stall in the choir and a place in the chapter 
to Robert de Holden, king's clerk, who has been admitted on the king's 
presentation to the prebend of Pesemerche by John, bishop of Chichester. 

Respite, until a year after Whitsunday, to Richard de Boylond from 
taking up the arms of a knight. [Pari. WriU.~\ By K. 

Protection with clause jiolumus for one year for Richard le Spigurnel, 
constantly attendant on the king's service in the Chancery. 
The like for the following : — 

Morgan ap Yarvord Voil, and Nicholas de Pyghlesdon. 

Thomas de Dertford, parson of the church of Earde. 

The warden of the chapel of St. Peter, Kirkeby super Wrethek, for 
two years. 

Thomas le Yong of Hodresfeld. 

William de Cornhull, parson of the church of Kynewarton. 
The prior of St. Sepulchre's, Warwick. 

Grant to Master Robert de Baldok, king's clerk, archdeacon of Middlesex, 
of the prebend of Swerdes, in the church of St. Patrick, Dublin, in the 
king's gift by reason of the temporalities of the archbishopric of Dublin 
being in his hands. By p.s. 

Mandate in pursuance to A. archbishop of Dublin. 

The like to the dean and chapter of the said church. 

Licence for Geoffrey son of John de London to grant that a third part of 
the manor of Great Perndon and the advowson of a third part of the church 
of that manor, held in chief as of the honor of Boulogne, which Katherine 
late the wife of John de London holds for life by the demise which Thomas 
de la Lee made to her and her said husband, with remainder to the said 
Geoffrey and his heirs, shall remain to Richard de Hayham and Lucy his 
wife, and the heirs of their bodies, and failing such to the right heirs of the 
said Richard. 

Grant to Alice late the wife of Roger Beler, tenant in chief, for the 
marriage of Roger son and heir of the said Roger, a minor. 

By K. on the information of G. le Scrop. 

Grant to the warden and chaplains of the chapel of St. Peter, Kirkeby 
super W^rethek, of the custody during the minority of Roger the heir, of 
110s. Q>d. of rent in Belegrave and Thurmeston, late of Roger Beler, tenant 
in chief. By K. on the like information. 



248 



CALENDAR OP PATENT ROLLS. 



1326, 
March 5. 

Leicester. 

March 6. 

Leicester. 



March 1. 
Leicester. 



March 6. 
Leicester. 



March 6. 
Leicester. 



March 7. 
Leicester. 



March 7. 
Leicester. 



March 8. 
Marston. 

March 8. 
Marston. 

March 10. 
Merevale. 



Membrane 19 — cont. 

Grant for life to Adam de Brom, king's clerk, chaplain, of the warden- 
ship of the hospital of St. Bartholomew by Oxford. 

Presentation of Theobald de Goldyngton, parson of the church of Dale in 
the diocese of Canterbury, to the church of Great Leghes in the diocese of 
London, in the king's gift by reason of the lands late of Humphrey de 
Bohun, earl of Hereford and Essex, being in his hands ; on an exchange of 
benefices with John de Borham. By K. 

Respite, for two years, to Walter Traylly from taking up the arms of 
a knight, as it has been testified to the king that he is disabled ; on 
condition that he find two armed men for the king's service, if the king 
shall so require. [Pari. Writs.] By p.s. 

Pardon to John de Pirie, parson of the church of Ayleston, for acquiring 
in mortmain from Fulk de Penebrugg, a rood of land in Ayleston adjoining 
the dwelling place of the rectory there, for the enlargement thereof, and 
entering therein without. licence ; and licence for him to retain the same. 

By fine of ^ mark. 

Presentation of William de Edyngdon, parson of the church of Dalyngton, 
in the diocese of Lincoln, to the church of Middelton in the same diocese, 
in the king's gift by reason of the temporalities of the priory of Ware being 
in his hands ; on an exchange of benefices with John de Bevynton. 

The like of John de Haukesbury, vicar of the church of Northlech, in the 
diocese of Worcester, to the vicarage of the church of Feckenham, in the 
same diocese, in the king's gift by reason of the temporalities of the abbey 
of Lyre being in his hands ; on an exchange of benefices with William de 
Thormarton. 

Pardon to John le Gray for the death of Thomas le Roe of Saylchurche 
and all other homicides, burglaries, arsons, larcenies and felonies, and of 
any consequent outlawry ; on condition that he stand his trial if anyone 
wishes to proceed against him. By K. 

Grant to Master Gilbert de Middelton, king's clerk, archdeacon of 
Northampton, to whom the king, on 11 August last, granted for life the 
manor of Stowe, co. Northampton, an escheat by the forfeiture of Warin de 
Insula, rebel, that he, his heirs or executors shall not be in anywise 
disturbed for waste therein before that date, as it appears by inquisition 
made by Robert de Daventre and Eustace de Burneby, that certain granges, 
an oxhouse, a chamber and other houses, in the said manor were burned 
in the time of Nicholas de Segrave, late lord of the manor, by default 
of the same Nicholas, and a stable and five messuages of bondmen 
of the said manor were wasted and the said Nicholas made exile of the said 
bondmen in his time, and that after the manor came to the king's hands, a 
mill there was burned, and a kitchen and dovecot with other small houses 
were destroyed. Grant also that he shall have timber for the repair of the 
houses and the inclosure of the park and bodies of trees and dead wood in 
the said park and w^oods of the manor for his hearth : also that he shall 
not by reason of the said manor be assessed to find armed men or to 
contribute armour for other men or to bear any other charges afiecting the 
commonalty of the said county. By K. 

Respite, until Whitsunday, to John Talebot, from taking up the arms 

of a knight. By p.s. 
The like to the following: — 

Nicholas Russel, until Michaelmas. By p.s. 



Robert Hungerford, until All Saints. [Pari, Writs.] 



By p.s. 



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249 



1326. 
March 6. 

Leicester. 

March 9. 

Sibstonc. 

March 5. 
Leicester. 



March 20. 

Kenilworth. 

Jan. 1. 

Bury 

St. Edmunds, 



March 6. 
Leicester. 



March 11. 
Mere vale. 

March 12. 
Tamworth. 



Meinhrane 19 — cont. 

Writ of aid for Edmund de Assheby, whom the king is sending to lead 
certain prisoners to the castle of Notingham to be delivered to the constable 
of the castle. 

Stephen de Ocle, staying in England, has letters nominating William 
de Ocle and Laurence de Wouere as his attorneys in Ireland for two years. 

Protection with clause noliimus, for three years, for Sir Luke, cardinal 
deacon of St. Mary's in Via Lata, prebendary of Longedon, in the church 
of Lichfield. 
The like for :— 

Michael de Wath, clerk, for one year. 
The abbot of Coumbe, for one year. 
The abbot of Mere vale, for two years. 
The abbot of St. Albans, for one year. 
Gilbert de la Bruere, parson of the church of Astbury. 
W^illiam de Abyndon, parson of the church of Paten eye, for one year. 
Master Robert de Patrica, prebendary of Gay Minor, in the church of 
St. Chad, Lichfield, and Stratford St. Laurence in the church of 
St. Mary, Salisbury, and parson of the church of Overton 
Quatreniars. 
Johanninus de Silvaticis of Genoa, prebendary of Freford in the church 
of Lichfield. 

Protection with clause volnnius for one year for Walter de Penebrugge, 
parson of the church of Byford, staying in Gascony on the king's service. 

[Protection with<ilause 7ioliunus] for the following: — 
Master Robert de Baldok, for one year. 

The master of the hospital of St. John without the east gate of Oxford. 
Master John de Notingham, parson of the church of Elkesleye, for one 
year. 

Licence for the alienation in mortmain by Robert Ingram of 4 messuages, 
and 40.S. of rent in Notingham to a chaplain to celebrate divine service 
daily in the church of St. Mary, Notingham, for the souls of the said 
Robert and Orfranina his wife, and the faithful departed. 

By fine of lOO.s. Notingham. 

Grant to William de Syde, clerk, of the chapel of Langebrigge, in the 
king's gift by reason of the lands late of Maurice de Berkele being in his 
hands. By K. 

Protection with clause voliimns for one year for Thomas de Bingham, 
staying in Gascony by the king's command on- his service with Oliver de 
Ingham. By K. 

The like for John de Charneles, staying as above. By K. 

The like for John son of William de Sutton, going to Gascony by the 
king's command. 

Presentation of Master John de Blebury to the church of Barton ' in the 
Benes ' in the diocese of York, in the king's gift by reason of the priory of 
Lenton being in his hands. 



March 6. 

Leicester. 



MEMBRANE 18. 



Appointment, during pleasure, of Richard de la Pole to the custody 
of the town of Kyngeston upon Hull against the attacks of aliens or 
contrariants in place of Robert de Hastang, to whom the king lately 



250 



CALENDAR OF PATENT ROLLS. 



March 14. 
Tamworth. 



March 12. 
Tamworth. 

March 14. 
Tamworth. 



^^226 Membrane 18 — cont. 

granted the same, as he is broken by age and debility and cannot attend 
personally to the custody and those whom he has deputed to the same are 
negligent as the king understands. He is to have a reasonable fee out of the 
issues and profits of the town to be paid to him by the said Robert, who is 
to continue to receive the same according to the form of the grant to him. 

By K. 

Writ of aid for the said Robert directed to the bailiffs and good men of 
the town. 

Mandate to the said Robert to pay him a reasonable fee. 

Appointment of Edmund de xA.ssheby, sheriff of Leicester, to pursue and 
arrest Thomas de Folevill charged with assent and aid to the escape from 
England of Ralph son of Roger la Zousche of Lubesthorp and Eustace de 
Folevill and others indicted of the death of Roger Beler. By K. 

Grant to the mayor and bailiffs of the town of Hertelpole of murage for 
five years. By K. on the information of W. de Herlaston. 

Pardon to Walter de Islep, for a fine of 500 marks, made with the king, 
whereof he has paid in the wardrobe lOOZ. 15s. lOd. and will pay the 
residue by St. Peter's Chains, of his trespass when he was treasurer of 
Ireland in sealing with the seal of the Exchequer of Dublin the rolls of the 
account of Alexander de Bykenore, archbishop of Dublin, for the time when 
the latter was treasurer of Ireland, wherein divers falsities were found by 
examination made before the treasurer and barons of the Exchequer, of 
which trespass he was convicted before them ; with restitution of his lands 
and goods. 
March 15. Mandate to the treasurer and barons of the Exchequer to cause these to 
Lichfield. be restored to him. By K. 

Order, after reciting the above pardon and payment of the said 
1001. 15s. lOd., to wit, by the hands of the mayor and bailiffs of Chester 
501., by the hands of William de Kyngeston, king's clerk, 45/. 15s. lOc?., 
and by the hands of Thomas Gentilcorps 4 horses appraised at 100s., that 
with respect to the king's grant made 10 December last to Elias de 
Assheburn of a messuage and 3 carucates of land in Dunbro and Hunteston 
in Ireland, late of the said Walter, and which by reason of the above trespass 
was taken into the king's hands, to hold for his life, as of the value of 10/. 
a year, on condition that if the king should resume the same he should 
cause to be assigned to the said Elias land to that value in Ireland — the 
said Walter shall pay the said Elias 100 marks out of the residue of the 
above fine, and as soon as he has paid him or found sufiicient security, the 
premises shall be restored to the said Walter or his attorneys. Order also 
that all the goods and debts of the said Walter which were taken into the 
king's hands on the said charge may be sold and levied by his attorneys 
and servants and by view and testimony of some person to be deputed 
thereto by the justiciary and chancellor of Ireland and the money arising 
therefrom be sent to the said Walter in England, that the king may be 
paid the 248 marks 10s. lOd. residue of the above fine. By K. 

March 16. Mandate accordingly to the justiciary and chancellor of Ireland and 
Lichfield. the lieutenant of the treasurer in the Exchequer of Dublin, to cause 
to be delivered to Henry de Badewe, William de Hatfeld, Nicholas de 
Snyterby, Thomas de Linhale, vicar of the church of Swerdes, and William 
de Weston, attorneys of the said Walter, bearers of these letters, or any of 
them, all the lands of the said Walter in Ireland, except the messuage and 
3 carucates abovementioned granted to the said Elias, and all the goods of 



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251 



1326 



March 26. 
Kenilworth. 



Membrane 18 — co7it. 

the said Walter, and the said debts, and to let them sell his said goods by 
view of some person deputed by the justiciary and chancellor, and send the 
money arising therefrom to the said Walter in England, and with respect 
to the said messuage and three carucates of land as soon as the said Walter 
has paid the said Elias 100 marks, or found security before then to do so, 
to restore the same to him or any of his attorneys ; also the said locum 
tenens of the treasurer is to restore to him any moneys which he has levied 
of the said debts and goods. By K. 

Appointment of Eudo de Welles to pursue and arrest Richard de 
Ayremynne and Adam his brother. By K. 

Vacated because surrendered. 
The like of the following to arrest the same : — 

Adam le Bowere. 

Thomas Broun. 



March 15. 

Freeford. 



Respite until a year after Easter at the request of Percival Simeon, 
king's sergeant, to Geoffery de Besiles from taking up the arms of a 
knight. [FarL JVrits.] By p.s. 



March 21. 
Kenilworth. 

March 6. 
Leicester. 

1325. 
Dec. 17. 

Havering 
atte Bower. 

1326. 

March 22. 
Kenilworth. 



March 19. 
Kenilworth. 

March 21. 
Kenilworth, 



March 19. 

Kenilworth. 

March 21. 
Kenilworth. 

March 27. 
Kenilworth. 



The like, until Whitsunday, to John de Wodhull. [Pari. Writs.] 

By p.s. 

Licence for the prior and convent of Chaucumbe to appropriate the 
churches of Bereford and la Penne, which are of their advowson. 

By fine of 20 marks. Oxford. 

Appointment, during pleasure, of William de Stransale, king's clerk, to 
the office of one of the remembrancers in the Exchequer of Dublin, with 
the usual fee. By p.s. 

Pardon to John de Methelay for acquiring in fee from Adam de 
Everyngham of Laxton the manor of Middel Shitelington, held in chief as 
of the honor of Pontefract, and entering therein without licence; with 
restitution of the same. 

Letters to the prioress and convent of the house of St. Mary, Clonard, of 
licence to elect an abbess in the room of Sibyl, deceased. 

Power to John Darci, justiciary of Ireland, to give the royal assent to 
the person elected, and after confirmation of the election by the diocesan, 
to take her fealty and deliver the temporalities to her. By K. 

Letters to the prior and convent of St. Peter's and St. John's, Clonard, 
of licence to elect an abbot in the room of Edward, deceased. 

Power, as above, to the justiciary. By K. 

Pardon to Edmund de Malynes for acquiring in fee from John de Sutton, 
' chivaler,' the manor of Theyden atte Munte, co. Essex, and the advowson 
of the church of the same manor held in chief as of the honor of Reale, and 
entering therein without licence ; and grant that he may retain the 
same. 



March 29. Grant for life to William de Tham worth, chaplain, of the custody of the 
Kenilworth. king's hermitage by Crippelgate, London. 



252 



CALENDAR OF PATENT ROLLS. 



1326. 

March 22. 
KenilwortL. 



Membrane 18 — coit. 

Licence for the alienation in mortmain by John le Botiller of Lanultwit 
to the abbot and convent of Teukesbury of 7 messuages, 4 cottages, 
276 acres of land, 15 acres of meadow, 1 Ls. 10.k<L of rent in Aumeneye 
Sancte Crucis, co. Gloucester, and Adam Scoby, John de Ryndecombe and 
Richard Greffrey {^ic), bondmen, with their issues and goods, and with the 
whole land which they hold in villeinage there. By p.s. 



March 17. 

Lichfield, 



March 14. 
Tarn worth. 



March 13. 

Tamworth. 



March 14. 

Lichfield. 



March 15. 
Lichfield. 

March 18. 
Lichfield. 



March 20. 
Kenilworth- 



MEMBRANE 17. 

Protection for one year for- Thomas de Bynedon, of Southampton, king's 
merchant, and his servants whom he is sending with certain ships, one 
called la Rose and the other la Jullanc, to trade in divers parts. 

Protection with clause nolnvim for the abbey of Merevale, which has 
fallen into debt ; and appointment of Ralph Basset of Drayton to the 
custody thereof ; for five years. • By K. 

Licence for John son of William de Cumpton to enfeoff Roger son of 
Nicholas de Trescote of a messuage, a mill and a moiety of a virgate and 
of an acre of land in Cumpton, held in chief as of the manor of Tettenhale, 
which is in the king's hands, as appears by inquisition made by John de 
Hampton, escheator in the counties of Hereford, Gloucester, Worcester, 
Salop and Stafford. By fine of lOs. Stafford. 

Protection for one year, notwithstanding the arrest of persons of the 
dominion of the king of France, for Reiner de Berfray, born in France, as 
he has and has long had a fixed domicile, wife and household in the town 
of Bristol and is in lot and scot with the burgesses of that town, and has 
found security for his good behaviour and that he will not leave the realm 
without licence or send messengers, letters or countersigns whereby damage 
or scandal to the king or other could result. 

Presentation of James de Kyngeston to the church of Debach, in the 
diocese of Norwich. 

Grant for seven years to the burgesses of Southampton, on their petition 
shewing that by the king's command have begun to make the quay and 
wall of that town, and have expended great charges over these, but they 
are not able of themselves to complete the work, of a custom of 1^/. on 
every pound's worth of goods brought by land or water within the liberty 
of the town, or taken out of the town, -^d. on 10s. worth, and ^d. on 5s. 
w^orth. By K. on the information of W. de Herlaston. 

Whereas the king, in return for a grant to him by Walter, late bishop of 
Coventry and Lichfield, of the manor of Greneford, co. Middlesex, which 
the bishop had purposed to assign to the church of Lichfield to find and 
maintain chantries and alms for the souls of the late king and other 
ancestors of the king, lately granted to the same bishop in frank almoin 
the advowsons of the churches of Cestreton, co. Warwick, and Worefeld, 
CO. Salop, and granted licence for him to assign the advowsons to any 
persons, ecclesiastics, religious or others withm his diocese, in frank almoin, 
and for such persons to appropriate the churches, and the bishop died before 
he had acted upon the licence ; the king, willing that the premises should 
nevertheless be carried out, has granted licence for Roger, now bishop of 
the said place, to give effect to the licence granted to his predecessor. 

By K. 



19 EDWARD II.— Part 2. 



253 



1326. 

March 18. 
Lichfield. 

March 22. 
Kenilworth. 



March 26. 
Kenilworth. 

March 22. 
Kenilworth. 
March 26. 
Kenilwortli . 



March 29. 

Kenilworth. 



March 26. 
Kenilwortli . 

March 28. 
Kenilworth. 



March 30. 

Kenilworth. 



March 30. 
Kenilworth. 

March 28. 
Kenilworth. 

April 1. 
Kenilworth, 



Membrane 17 — amt. 

Grant to the bailiffs and good men of Tamworth of pavage for three 
years. By line of 60s. 

Presentation of Thomas de Lenne to the church of Eynesbury, in the 
diocese of Lincohi, in the king's gift by reason of his custody of the land 
and heir of John de Ferrariis, tenant in chief. 

Protection and safe-conduct, until St. Peter's Chains, for Edmund de 
Lascy, coming to the king from Scotland. By K. 



The like, until Midsummer, for William le Spycer. 



By p.s. 



Nicholas Dunheved, staying in Ireland, has letters nominating Robert de 
Farleye and Robert de Knaresburgh as his attorneys in England for two 
years. 

Presentation of William de Kenegrave, parson of the church of Alton 
Berners, in the diocese of Salisbury, to the church of Penros, in the diocese 
of Bangor ; on an exchange of benefices with William del Peek. 

Licence for the prior and convent of Clyfford to appropriate in mortmain 
the church of Dorston of their advowson. By K. 

Presentation of Walter de Dunmowe, chaplain, to the vicarage of the 
church of Berdefeld, in the diocese of London, in the king's gift by reason 
of the priory of Stoke being in his hands. 

Writ of aid, until Christmas, for Bartholomew de Bradden, clerk of 
Master Robert de Baldok, king's clerk, archdeacon of Middlesex, the 
chancellor, whom the latter is sending to divers parts of the realm to purvey 
hay, oats and other things for the office of the marshalsea of the household 
of the chancellor and of the king's clerks of the Chancery, at the expense 
of the chancellor. 

The like for the following : — 

John de Kinewell, clerk of the Chancellor, purveying victuals. 

. John de Romneye, serjeant of the Chancellor, purveying for the office 
of the poultry of the said household. 

Licence for the abbot and convent of Stonle to acquire in mortmain land 
and rent, not held in chief, to the value of 30/. a year. By K. 

Respite until Holy Trinity to Alexander Luterel from taking up the 
arms of a knight. [Pad. Writs.] By p.s. 

Licence for Alice de la Hide of Everyngham to grant to Hugh son of 
Hugh le Despenser, earl of Winchester, and Eleanor his wife and Gilbert 
their son, and the heirs of the said Gilbert 40/. of rent in Garthorp by 
Waltham, co. Leicester, held in chief. By K. 

Vacated because otherwise below under the same date. 



Feb. 28. 

Leicester. 



MEMBRANES 16 and 15. 

Confirmation in mortmain to the abbot and convent of Derham of very 
many grants to them by private persons, which are not dated. By K. 



Membrane 16 — cont. 

March 24. Presentation of Hugh de Bardelby to the church of Potterespiry, in the 
Kenilworth. diocese of Lincoln, m the king's gift by reason of the temporalities of the 
abbey of St. Pierre sur Dives being in his hands. 



254 



CALENDAR OF PATENT ROLLS. 



1326. 

March 25. 

Kenilworth. 



April 1. 
Kenilworth. 

March 25. 

Kenilworth. 



March 25. 
Kenilworth 



March 25. 
Kenilworth. 



April 12. 
Kenilworth. 

March 27. 
Kenilworth. 



March 29. 
Kenilworth. 



March 26. 
Kenilworth. 



March 13. 
Tamworth. 



Membrane 1 5 — cont. 

Grant, during pleasure, to William la Zouche of Haryngworth, that he 
may not suffer by attacks of evil doers who threaten him in many ways, 
that he and the men of his household dwelling or riding in his company 
may bear arms, notwithstanding any prohibition to the contrary, on 
condition that under colour hereof nothing be attempted in terrorization of 
the people. By K. 



The like to John de Morteyn. 



ByK. 



Whereas Edward I. by letters patent, on 17 July, in his eighteenth year, 
granted licence for the alienation in mortmain by Elias de Hull to the abbot 
and monks of Coumbe of 10 acres of land in Bilneye, and John de Hull, 
son and heir of the said Elias, because his father died before he had granted 
the land to the abbot and monks, granted the same without licence ; the 
king, in consideration of the grant by his father, has pardoned the trespass 
herein and given back the land to them. By K. 

Grant for life to Thomas de Grey of all the lands in Houwyk late of 
William de Benley, forfeited to the king by reason of the adherence of the 
said William to the Scots. By K. 

Grant to the said Thomas of the custody during the minority of the heir 
of the lands late of John de Evre, tenant in chief, with the marriage of the 
heir. By K. 

Mandate to Simon de Grymesby, escheator in the counties of York, 
Northumberland, Cumberland and Westmoreland, to deliver the said lands 
to him. 

Protection with clause nolumus for one year for the prior of Clifford in 

Wales. 

The like for Master Robert de Baldok, prebendary of the prebends of 
Bedemynistre and Barton. 

Licence, for the affection which the king bears to the prior, for the prior 
and convent of Coventre to acquire in mortmain land and rent of their own 
fee to the value of 20 marks a year. By p.s. 

Protection, until Midsummer, for Hugh de Gavadenno, [sic) whomBerard 
de Lebreto, king's yeoman, is sending to Southampton to bring to the king 
the horses, harness and goods of the said Berard, lately arrested by the 
mayor, bailiffs and keepers of the port of that town, which the king has 
ordered them to cause to be released from arrest. By K. 

Licence for William la Zousche of Haryngworth to enfeoff Ralph Cosyn 
of the castle of Totteneys and the manor of Cornworthi, co. Devon, and of 
the manor of Caleston and the hundred of Calne, co. Wilts, the manor of 
JMoelbraci, co. Salop, and the manor of Hey grave and two parts of the 
manor of Briggewater, co. Somerset, held in chief, and for the latter to 
regrant the same to the said William for life, with successive remainders in 
fee tail to his sons William, John, Roger, Thomas, John and Edmund, 
William Dayncourt and Millicent his wife, daughter of the said William la 
Zousche, Isabel her sister, and Thomasina her sister, and in fee simple to 
Hugh de Poynz, knight. By K. 

Grant to Master Robert de Ayleston, king's clerk, of the archdeaconry of 
Wilts, in the church of St. Mary, Salisbury, in the king's gift by reason of 
a late voidance of the see of Salisbury in the time of Edward I. 

Mandate to R. bishop of Salisbury, to assign to him a stall in a choir and 
a place in the chapter in right of the archdeaconry. 



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255 



1326. 

April 1. 

Kenihvorth 



April 1. 
Kenihvorth. 



April 2. 
Kenilworth. 



April 1. 
Kenilworth. 



Membrane 15 — cont. 

Appointment of John Haward and John de Harsik to receive seisin in 
the king's name of the whole purparty of Joan de Dribi, lady of Tateshale, 
of the * tolboth ' of the town of Lcnne and of the custom of the water there 
and of all the tenements late of the said Joan in the said town and suburb 
thereof; all which she has quit-claimed to the king and his heirs. By K. 

Presentation of John de Evesham to the vicarage of the church of 
Waweneswotton, in the diocese of Worcester, in the king's gift by reason 
of the temporalities of the priory of Waweneswotton being in his hands. 

Protection with clause noliimus, for one year, in Newenham, Baddeby and 
Preston for Thomas de Evesham^ constantly attendant on the king's 
service in the chancery. 

The like for Reginald de Lowystoft. 

Licence for the alienation m mortmain by John de Langeleye of Nether 
Sodynton of a messuage, a caracate of land and 14J acres of meadow in 
Over Sodynton to a chaplain to celebrate divine service daily at the altar 
of St. Mary in the church of St. Peter, Nether Sodynton, for the souls of 
the said John and Ela his wife, their fathers and mothers and ancestors 
and the faithful departed. By line of 100s. 



MEMBRANE 14. 

April 1. Pardon to Roger Pychard of 40 marks whereby he made fine with the 

Kenilworth. king before Hervey de Staunton, late chief justice, for having been an 

adherent of the rebels, which are required of him by summons of the 

Exchequer. By K. 

April 2. Protection, for two years, for Francis de Pymond, king's merchant, 

Kenilworth. going to divers parts of the realm on his own affairs. 

April 3. Respite until Michaelmas to John de Rithre, king's yeoman, from taking 

Kenilworth. up the arms of a knight. [Pad. Writs.] By p.s. 

April 3. Licence for the abbot and convent of Stonle to grant wastes which are or 

Kenilworth. hereafter shall be brought into cultivation in the manor of Stonle, held by 

them in chief in frank almoin, to tenants willing to receive them for life or 

in free marriage or in fee tail ; to hold of them at farm. By K. 

April 3. Pardon to Robert de Stoke for acquiring in fee tail from William, some- 

Kenilworth. time abbot of Stonle, 50 acres of assart in the manor of Stonle, held in 

chief of Edward I in frank almoin, at a rent of Qs. 8d. and entering therein 

without licence of that king or of the present king ; and restitution of the 

same to him, with reversion to the abbot. 

April 3. Licence for Robert Davy to enfeoff Robert son of Robert Davy and Joan 

Kenilworth. j^jg wife of the manor of Little Horstede, held in chief as of the honor of 

Laigle, as appears by inquisition made by William de Weston, escheator in 

the counties of Sussex &c. to hold to them and the heirs of the said Robert 

son of Robert. 

April 4. Pardon to Thomas de Keldelyth of his outlawry in the county of York, 

Kenilworth. for non-appearance before the king to satisfy him of what pertains to him 
for a trespass whereof he was convicted before the king on a plea of Henry 
son of Hugh ; on condition that he surrender forthwith to the Marshalsea 
prison and satisfy the king for the said trespass and the said Henry of the 
damages adjudged to him herein. 



256 



CALENDAR OF PATENT ROLLS. 



1326. 

April 8. 
Kenilworth. 



April 6. 
Kenilworth. 



April 9. 
Sibstone. 



April 9. 
Sibstone. 



April 17. 
Kenilworth, 



April 7. 
Kenilworth. 



April 6. 
Kenilworth. 



April 8. 
Kenilworth, 

April 8. 
Kenilworth. 



April 4. 
Kenilworth. 



April 10. 

Kenilworth. 



Membrane 14 — cont. 

Presentation of Huo-h de Bardelby to the church of Wilye, in the diocese 
of Coventry and Lichfield, in the king's gift by reason of the temporalities 
of the abbey of Preaux being in his hands. 

Appointment, during pleasure, of William de Synythwayt to the custody 
of the chace of Wenslaydale, in the king's hands for certain causes, he 
taking for that custody as much as other keepers have had. By K. 

Mandate to William de Felton to deliver the custody to him. 

Licence for Ebulo Lestrange and Alice his wife to enfeoff whomsoever 
they will of the manor of Aumbresbury, co. Wilts, all their lands in 
Holmere, co. Buckingham, some lands in the county of Stafford to the 
value of 40.S., and some lands in the town of Boston to the value of 80s., 
held in chief, and for the feoffee to regrant the manor to them for their 
lives, with remainder to Hugh, son of Hugh le Despenser, earl of Win- 
chester, and his heirs, and the other lands to the said Ebulo and Alice and 
the heirs of Ebulo. By p.s. 

Grant that the said Ebulo and Alice and the heirs and executors of 
Alice as regards the above alienation shall be exempt from those 20,000Z. 
wherein she is bound to the king for certain causes, and that the premises, 
into whosoever hands they come, shall remain discharged thereof against 
the king, saving his action for the said 20,000/. as regards other lands in 
the hands of the said Alice if she make any alienations thereof contrary 
to the covenants made between the king and her. By p.s. 

Presentation of Robert de Tauton to the church of Taustok, in the 
diocese of Exeter, in the king's gift by reason of his custody of the land 
and heir of William Martyn, tenant in chief. By K. 

Appointment, during pleasure, of Robert de Dalton to the custody of the 
king's chaces of Blakeburnshire and of the forest between the Merse and 
Loon, he taking for that custody as much as other keepers have had. 

By K. 

Mandate in pursuance to Henry le Scrop, justice of the forest beyond 
Trent. 

Licence for Elizabeth, late the wife of Hugh de Lukcombe, tenant in 
chief, to marry whomsoever &he will of the king's allegiance. 

By fine of 100s. 

Respite, until a year after Whitsunday, to Richard de Boylond from 
taking up the arms of a knight. [Fad, JVrits.] ]3y K. 

Pardon to William de Aldeburgh, chaplain, of his outlawry in the county 
of York for non-appearance before the king to answer touching a plea of 
trespass of William de Boyngton, parson of the church of Lokyngton ; on 
condition that he surrender forthwith to the Marshalsea prison and stand 
his trial if the said William wishes to proceed against him. 

Licence for the abbot and convent of Evesham to appropriate in 
mortmain the church of Ombresleye, in the diocese of Worcester, of their 
own advowson. By p.s. 

Pardon to Nicholas de Kirkham for acquiring in fee, from Henry de la 
Pomeray, the manor of Asshecombe, held in chief of Edward I, and 
entering therein without licence ; and licence for him to retain the same. 

By fine of 10/. Devon. 



19 EDWARD II.— Part 2. 



257 



1326. 
April 10. 
Keailworth. 



Apul 10. 

Kenilworth. 



April 12. 

Kenilworth. 



April 12. 
Kenilworth. 



April 15. 

Kenilworth. 



Memhrane 14 — co7it. 

Licence for the alienation in mortmain by W. bishop of Exeter to the 
master and brethren of the hospital of St John the Baptist within the east 
gate of the city of Exeter, of 8 acres of land in Erniscombe and the 
advowson of the church of Erniscombe, and for the appropriation of the 
church by the master and brethren, to find chantries and maintain alms for 
the soul of the said bishop, and the souls of his ancestors and the faithful 
departed, according to his ordinance. By fine made at another time. 

Grant for life at the request of Robert de Watevill to John de Pulteney, 
citizen of London, that he shall be quit of all tallages, aids, watches and 
contributions by reason of his lands or rents in the same city or elsewhere 
in the realm, saving due and accustomed prices to the king, that his goods 
shall not be taxed in respect of any future grant to the king by the 
commonalty of the city or other place, and that he shall not be put on 
assizes, juries or recognitions, or be made mayor, alderman, sheriff, 
escheator, coroner or other minister of the king in the city or elsewhere. 

By p.s. 

Presentation of Richard de Baddeby to the vicarage of the church of 
Ardyngesthorn, in the diocese of Lincoln, in the king's gift by reason of 
the temporalities of the priory of St. Andrew, Northampton, being in his 
hands. 

Pardon to Thomas de Hidyngham of his outlawry in the city of London 
for not prosecuting before the king a writ whereby he impleaded Simon de 
Okham of having abducted Petronilla his wife with his goods at London ; 
on condition that he surrender forthwith to the Marshalsea prison before 
the king, to do and receive according to law and the custom of the realm. 

Licence for the alienation in mortmain by Richard Dobyn, parson of the 
church of Buterleye, to the prior and Austin Friars of Lodelawe of 2^ acres 
of meadow in Lodelawe, adjoining their dwelling place on the south side, 
for the enlargement of such dwelling place. By K. 

Respite, until Christmas, to John de Bibesworth, king's yeoman, from 
taking up the arms of a knight. [Pari. Writs.'] By p.s. 



April 16. 
Kenilworth. 



MEMBRANE 13. 

Pardon to Agnes late the wife of William de Burdeux of her waiver in 
the county of Hertford, for non-appearance before Geoffrey le Scrope and 
his fellows, justices of the king's Bench, to satisfy the king of the ransom 
due from her for not prosecuting an appeal laid by her before the said 
justices against William Rumbold, Reginald Rumbold, John le Beste, 
Geoffrey Fiz Basse, John le Poleter, Ralph son of William son of Ralph, 
Stephen Hammond, Robert de Benyngworth, Robert de Leyc[estre], Robert 
Mabile, John Leffyng, Hugh Meregerete, Edmund Pestour of Cantebrigg, 
Robert Litlebodi, John de la Haye, Peter de Cavendissh, John Andreu, 
Thomas Rithre of Trumpyngton, John Gose, Richard le Taillour, 
and Geoffrey de Heidenne, of the death of her husband, as appears by the 
record of the sheriff' and coroners of the said county, which the king has 
caused to come before him ; on condition that she surrender forthwith to 
the Marshalsea prison to satisfy him of her said ransom. 

April 18. Presentation of Robert de Barton to a mediety of the church of Okeford 
Kenilworth. Skellyng, in the diocese of Salisbury, in the king's gift by reason of the 
temporalities of the priory of Montacute being in his hands. 



8217 



B 



258 



CALENDAR OF PATP^NT ROLLS. 



1326. 
April 10. 
Kenilworth. 



April 12. 
Kenilworth. 



April 19. 
Kenilworth 



April 20. 
Kenilworth. 



April 20. 
Kenilworth, 



April 20. 

Kenilworth. 



April 20. 
Kenilworth- 

April 22. 

Kenilworth. 



Membrane 18 — cont. 

Licence for Thomas Wake of Lydel, king's kinsman, to enfeoff Henry de 
Lancastre, earl of Leycestre, Stephen de Swynnerton and Henry Picot of 
the castle and manor of Lydel, co. Cmnberland, the manor of Merton, co. 
Westmoreland, and the manor of Langeton, co. York, held in chief with 
knights' fees, advowsons, and other appurtenances ; and for them to 
regrant the same to him and Blanche his wife and his heirs. By K. 

luspe.vimux and confirmation of an indenture {in Frencli) dated in the 
chapter of Evesham, 9 April, 1326, 19 Edward II, whereby William, abbot 
of Evesham, and the convent of that place, for benefits done to them and 
their house by Sir Hugh le Despenser, lord of Glamorgan, undertake to 
find for him, his heirs and assigns, a secular chaplain fit to sing mass and 
celebrate divine service daily in his castle of Hanle, co. Worcester, and to find 
for the said chaplain and a clerk assisting him reasonable sustenance, also 
books, vestments, chalices and other things pertaining to such chantry, 
except houses for their dwelling ; for the performance whereof they bind 
themselves and their manor of Ombresleye for distress by the said Hugh and 
his heirs if the sustenance of the chantry be ever in arrear. 

By K. on the information of W. de Herlaston. 

Signification to H. bishop of Lincoln, of the royal assent to the election 
of Roger de Silby, canon of the house of Chaucombe, to be prior of that 
place, whereof the advowson is now in the king's hands by reason of the 
minority of the heir of Stephen de Segrave, tenant in chief. By K. 

Licence until All Saints for the citizens of Hereford to dig stone in the 
forest of la Haye by Hereford and to carry it to Hereford for the repair of 
the walls and pavement thereof. By K. 

Appointment, during pleasure, of John Danyel, to whom the king lately 
committed the custody of the castle and land of Radenore, which belong 
to Margaret, lady of Mortimer, of Wyggemore, as steward of the said castle 
and land and of the other lands of the said Margaret beyond the Severn 
towards Wales, with the same fee as other stewards have been accustomed 
to take ; provided nevertheless that the said Margaret receive the issues of 
the castle and lands and pay the said John his fee. By K. 

Licence for the alienation in mortmain to the prioress and convent 
of Cokhull by Robert de Somery of the advowson of the church of 
Bishampton ; and for the appropriation of the church by the prioress and 
convent. By K. 

The like to the abbot and convent of St. Albans by Roger de Essex and 
Alice his wife of a messuage and two shops in St. Albans, by Walter son of 
Ralph de Ellyngham and Alice his wjfe of 2 messuages and a shop there, 
and by Stephen de Tentebury of 5 acres of land there, held of the abbot 
and convent and worth 27s. 8^/. a year, as appears by inquisition made by 
John de Bloumvyll, escheator in the counties of Hertford, &c., in part 
satisfaction of land and rent to the value of 100/. a year, which they have 
the king's licence to acquire. 

Presentation of Richard son of Ralph to the church of Athboy in the 
diocese of Meath. By K. 

Protection with clause nolumus^ for one year, for Bertrand Ferandi, parson 
of the church of Rothelaye. 



I 



19 EDWARD II.— Part 2. 



259 



1326. 

April 24. 
Kenil worth. 



April 28. 
Kenilwortb. 



April 23. 
Kenilwortb. 



April 26. 

Kenilwortb. 



April 25. 
Kenilwortb. 



April 26. 

Kenilwortb. 



April 1. 

Kenilwortb. 



April 28. 
Kenilwortb, 



Membrane 13 — ont. 

Presentation of John de Hokesworth to the church of St. Margaret, 
Suthelmham, in the diocese of Norwich, in the king's gift by reason of 
the temporalities of the bishopric of Norwich being in his hands ; directed 
to W. said to be bishop of Norwich. 

I}i!i])exi)uus and confirmation saving the right of the king and his heirs by 
reason of custody or other cause during the term of a writing (in French), 
dated at Chauton, on Saturday after * Hokheday,' 19 Edward II, of John 
de Sancto Johanne of Basyng granting to Hugh de Sancto Johanne, his 
son, 100.S. a year of free rent in the manor of r)romlegh, for 40 years from 
]\[idsummer last, to wit, 5 marks which Peres de Roches used to take in 
the said manor and 2.V marks a year by the hands of the grantor's tenants 
assigned to the said Hugh. Witnesses : — Sir John de Scures, John de 
Warblington, John de Ticheburn, and James de Norton, ' chevalers,' 
Richard atte Moine, Richard de Scures, William de Kenne, and others. 

By fine of 5 marks. 

Presentation of William de Kenegrave to the church of Penros, in the 
diocese of Bangor. 

Simple protection, for one year, for James le Botiller going to Ireland. 

By p.s. 
The like for Thomas de Corbrigg, going in his company. By p.s. 

Appointment, during pleasure, of Hugh de Meignyll to the bailiwick of 
the king's forest of Macklesfeld, to hold in the same manner as others 
have held that bailiwick before. By p.s. 

Whereas W. bishop of Exeter, dwells in his bishopric which is for the 
most part in the more remote part of the realm and holds lands in divers 
counties at a great distance from himself and on that account is often 
impleaded by some scheming to put him to labour and expense in the 
courts of the king and others where on account of the distance he cannot 
sue and defend his business in person without great bodily peril, the king 
has granted to him that, for two years, Robert de Mosselegh and Ralph 
de Spek. whom he has attorned before the king in his place to sue and 
defend pleas for or against him, may make attorneys for this in the court 
of King's Bench, at their will. By K. 

Licence for the alienation in mortmain to the prior and convent of 
Stone, in satisfaction of 13s. id. of the 20^. yearly of land and rent which 
they have the king's licence to acquire, of a messuage in Stone by each of 
the following : Thomas de Blessede, Sibyl de Cley, Hawise de Aston, 
Juliana late the wife of Roger le Smith, Hugh Rose, chaplain, William 
Bolour, chaplain, John de Berihull, Richard de Flittclegh, John de Brok, 
and Adam Lutemay, which are held of the prior and convent, as appears 
by inquisition made by John de Hampton, escheator in the counties of 
Stafford, &c. 

Licence for Alice de la Hide of Everyngham to grant to Hugh, son of 
Hugh le Despenser, earl of Winchester, Eleanor his wife, and Gilbert their 
son, and the heirs of Gilbert, 40Z. a year rent in Garthorp by Waltham, co. 
Leicester, held in chief, with the homages and services of William 
Brabazoun, and Thomas de Luton and Margery his wife, tenants of the 
said Alice there. By K. 

Presentation of John de Hiche to the church of Deen, in the diocese of 
Lincoln, in the king's gift by reason of the late voidance of the abbey of 
Westminster. 



260 



CALENDAR OF PATENT ROLLS. 



1326. 



Membrane 13 — cont. 



Protection with clause nolumus for one year for Simon de Edibern of 
Dunstaple, vicar of the church of Suthgyvel. 



April 15. 
Kenilworth. 



April 16. 
Kenilworth. 

April 25. 

Kenilworth, 



April 16. 

Kenilworth. 



April 15. 
Kenilworth. 



April 12. 
Kenilworth. 



April 16. 
Kenilworth . 



MEMBRANE 12. 

Safe-conduct, until Midsummer, for Manuel de Pezano, admiral of the 
king of Portugal, and Master Roderic Dominici, prior of Tongia, envoys of 
the said king to the king in England, returning home, and for the men in 
their company. [Fcedera.] By p.s. 

Presentation of Bartholomew de Bradden' to the church of Bolewell, in 
the diocese of York. 

Respite until Michaelmas to Walter de Hopton of the county of Salop 

from taking up the arms of a knight. By p.s. 

The like to Robert Corbet of Morton. [Pari. Writs.] By the same writ. 

Appointment of Thomas de Fetherstanhalgh to array all the fencible 
men of the liberties of Extildesham, Werk in Tyndale, the barony of 
Tyndale and the moor of Aldeston, to assess them to arms and lead them 
at the king's will or elsewhere as shall seem to the same Thomas to be 
most to the king's advantage, with power to punish any found rebellious in 
this behalf. [Pari. Writs.] By K. 

Letters for the sub-prioress and convent of Bromhale of licence to elect a 
prioress in the room of Maud, deceased. 

Writ of aid until Michaelmas for Godfrey de Rodham, king's clerk, 
charged by the steward of the household and the keeper of the wardrobe 
to purvey hay, oats, litter and other necessaries for the office of the 
marshalsea of the household, except in the fee of the church. 

Licence, at the request of Hervey de Staunton, king's clerk, for the 
alienation in mortmain by Roger de Huntingfeld to the master and scholars 
of the house of St. Michael, Cantebrigge, of the advowson of the church of 
Bokesworth, held in chief ; and for the master and scholars to appropriate 
the church. By K. 

Licence for W. bishop of Exeter to acquire in mortmain land and rent, 
not held in chief, to the value of 101. a year. By K. 

Protection, for one year, for William de Meriet, merchant of Genoa, 
prosecuting his business in the king's court, as he fears danger in so 
doing. 

Protection, with clause nolumus, for one year, for Master Robert de 
Haselshagh, warden of the king's exchange of the city of London. 

Appointment, during pleasure, of Luke Walerand to enroll the purchases 
of silver in the above exchange, and to do other things affecting that 
office. 

On the petition of William de Bucstede and Andrew Paynel, monks of 
the house of Farleghe (which is of the king's advowson by reason of the 
lands late of Humphrey de Bohun, earl of Hereford, being m his hands), 
coming to the king with letters of the sub-prior and convent announcing 
the cession of John de Fiscampo, the late prior, and reciting that in a 
composition made between the said earl and their priory, of the one part, 



19 EDWARD II.— Part 2. 



261 



1326. 



April 18. 
Kenilworth. 



April 15. 
Kenilworth. 

April 17. 
Kenilworth. 



April 18. 
Kenilworth. 



April 20. 
Kenilworth. 



April 26. 
Kenilworth. 



April 24. 
Kenilworth 

Feb. 13. 

West 
Dereham. 



April 30. 
Kenilworth. 



Membrane 12 — cout. 

and the prior and convent of Lewes of the other part, it is contained 
amongst other things that, upon voidance of the priory of Farleghe, 
messengers of the earl and his heirs with two monks of the said house 
shall come to Lewes and postulate from the prior of Lewes for a prior 
to be given to them, and the prior of Lewes shall nominate to the said 
messengers and two monks two fit persons for this of the house of Lewes 
or of Farleghe or other house of the Cluniac order, which messengers and 
monks shall take to them for prior the one of the said two persons whom 
they believe to be most fit, the king sends to the prior of Lewes his clerks, 
Robert de Bardelby, canon of Chichester, and Master William de Swan ton, 
dean of Suthmallyng, as his messengers herein for the prior to do what 
pertains to him according to the said composition. 

Pardon to Richard Melior of Wente for having been a rebel and an 
adherent of Roger Damory and other rebels. 

By K. on the information of W. de Herlaston. 

Pardon to William de Side for having been a rebel and an adherent of 
rebels. By K. on the information of the same William. 

Licence, at the request of Ralph Basset of Draiton, for the prior and 
convent of St. Martin's, Dover, to acquire in mortmain land and rent of 
their own fee to the value of 100s. a year. By p.s. 

Pardon, for a fine made with the king by Walter de Pavely of Telesford, 
to the said Walter for having been a rebel and an adherent of rebels. 

By K. 

Licence for Henry de Lancastre, earl of Leycestre, to grant to William 
son of Walter le Blount for life the manor of Langestoke, co. Southampton, 
held in chief ; with reversion to the earl and his heirs. 

By K. on the information of W. de Herlaston. 

Appointment of Thomas de Fetherstanhalgh to take seisin in the king's 
name of the peel and a moiety of the town of Staword, whereof Hugh de 
Louthre has enfeoffed the king by charter. 

Protection with clause nolwnus for two years for Alan de Weybrede, 
parson of the church of Braundeston. 

Licence for Robert de Monte Alto to enfeoff Master Henry de Clif, king's 
clerk, and Richard de la Rokele of the manor of Snetesham, and the 
hundred of Smethedon and his whole purparty of the ' tolbothe ' of Lenne, 
held in chief, to hold with all knights' fees, fairs, markets, warrens, wreck 
of sea, liberties, free customs, and other appurtenances ; and for the latter 
to regrant the same to the said Robert and Emma his wife and the heirs of 



the said Robert. 



ByK. 



Grant to Edmund Bacun of the custody of the lands late of Giles de 
Brewosa, to hold with knights' fees, advowsons and reversions during the 
minority of John his son and heir, with the marriage of the said John, or 
in case of his death, during the minority of Alexander his brother, with the 



marriage of Alexander. 



The custody of these lands with the marriage of the heir was first 
granted to Robert son of Payn, now deceased, who sold it to the said 
Edmund Bacun, and after the death of Robert de Brewosa, brother and 
heir of Richard de Brewosa, son of the said Giles de Brewosa, who died a 



262 CALENDAR OF PATENT ROLLS. 



1326 



Membrane 12 — cont, 

minor, the king seized the said lands into his hands, but on petition made 
on behalf of the said Edmund, who was then staying in Gascony on his 
service, the king, for the indemnity of Edmund and because of some 
doubtful points contained in his said letters, on the security which John 
])acun and Adam Bacun, king's clerks, found in the chancery to answer 
for the issues of the said lands from the death of Richard de Brewosa in 
case it should be declared by the king and council that the said custody 
belonged to the king and not to the said Edmund by virtue of the grant 
aforesaid, caused the said issues from the time of the death of the said 
Richard to be delivered to the said John and Adam, saving to Katherine 
late the wife of the said Robert de Brewosa her dower of the said lands 
assigned to her by the king. Now on the instant supplication of the said 
Edmund and in consideration of his services the king has granted to him 
the custody as above and discharges the said John and Adam and their 
mainpernors in respect of the said security. By K. 

April 30. Whereas the citizens of Norwich, are frequently molested touching 

Kenilworth, liberties and exemptions granted to them by charters of the king's 
progenitors, confirmed by him, before divers of his justices and ministers 
in divers places where thej cannot easily meet to defend the same and are 
unable on account of the distance to send to the chancery to make their 
attorneys, the king has granted that for three years John Yimme and Peter 
de Hakeford, whom the said commonalty has attorned before him in its 
place, shall be the attorneys of the commonalty to challenge, sue and 
defend such liberties, when necessary. By K. 

They have like letters nominating John de Berneye and Roger de 
Causton as their attorneys for three years. [Pari. Writs.] By K. 

May 2. James le Botiller of Ireland, going to Ireland, has letters nominating 

Kenilworth. John de Alveton as his attorney tw^o years. 



April 28. 

Kenilworth. 



MEMBRANE 11, 

Inapeximiis of a writing of Jordan, sometime abbot of Mont S. Michel, 
and the convent of that place in these words : — Univer.sis CJiristifidelihiis ad 
quo.s pt'escns scriptiini pervenerit Jordanus iiiiseratione dirina abbas et convcntus 
Montis Sancti Michaelis de Fericulo Maris saluteiii in omnium- Salutari (sic). 
y over it nniversitas vestra nos dedisse et concessisse Jordano de JJodeleia pro 
homar/io suo et servicio imam partem, de dommico nostro apiid Jjodeleiam, 
scilicet miiim ferlingiim, terre et quartern, jiartem, unius ferlingi terre ad Todeivelle 
et circa Todewelle, cum, omnibus fontibus integre sieut lossatum, dividit rersus 
terram de Karsbroch et Adheling et le Swelet, cum, jaojieto circa, quod pertinet 
ad dominie um ; et sciendum est quod hec jacent ita simul quod nemo aliquid 
interhabet, sicut divisio circumcingit, scilicet, via de Woldsjdot ex una parte et 
ierre hominum, demanerio ex aliis jjartibus : etunam inonticulam ultra Cnollam, 
que est perlinens ad eaudem terram, et terram ultra bosciim,, que jacet inter 
terram. de IJalediz et boscum, et ita usque ad magnam viam sicut fossatum, intus 
cingit, et quandam viam, per medium boscum ad. conducenda animalia sua per 
medium, Fughelescumb et ultra usque ad Montanam et la Lege, et efnet (sic) 
et bruscham, que incipit ad Luspath sicuti jn-edicta via de Fughelescumb et ultra 
versus predictum fossatum, dividit a magno boscho ex una parte et magnam 
viam, que jacet juxta boscum Foher, et terrain de Fodeleia, ex altera parte, et 
viam de Luspathe ex tercia parte ; et unum curtillum in villa de Saltre quod 
jacet juxta curtilhun domine Marie et pratutn subtus Forde, quod vocatur 
Fincdhemede ; et preterea dimidium ferlingum terre apxtd Cnollam, quam 



19 EDWARD II.— Part 2. 



263 



1326 



April 20. 

Kenil worth. 



April 24. 
Kenilworth, 



Membrane 11 — cont. 

Godninus tenuit, et aliud d'lmidium ferUnf/wn terre apud t'orde, qiiam 
Aelivardtis et Martiniis tenucrunt, cum o)imibiis pertinencm sum, et unam 
placeam in latere mercati de Sidemua ad dexteraui sicut itur a mercato ad 
ecclesiaiii Saiicti Ef/idii, que scilicet fuit quondam Walteri Molendinarii, et 
unam acram. terre ad eandem, iilaceam. pertinentem, et unam. placeam selde in 
mercato, et quando ad molendinum nostrum, venerit prius molet post hladum 
inventum, in tremeia, nisi forte hladum, nostrum, ihifuerit; concessimus eciam ei 
omnem liberam et rationabilem. communiam in boschis, in planis, in morris, in 
montanis, et in pascuis, et um,nem libertatem, per totam tcrram nostram, in 
omnibus rebus rationabilibus sicuti libera homini nostra, sine omni occasione et 
exactione, et fincm rdevatianis sue quinque solidos tayitiim etillosinmisericardia. 
Fro liac vera dona.tione et concessione dedit nobis predictus Jordanus tresdecim 
solidos Turonefisium, annui redditus in Normannia competenter assessos et unum 
in reco(/nitionem et tantum nobis insuper fecit quod ei omnia predicta garantizare 
debebimus. Hec igitur omnia integre concessimus et sigillo nostra contirmavi- 
vius ei et heredibus suis, habenda et tenenda de nobis feadaliter et hereditarie, 
liberc et quiete, pro decern, solidis et una denario sterlingorum reddendis incle 
nobis annuatim, videlicet ad Pascha quinque solidis et obalo, et ad festum 
Sancti Michaelis quinque solidis et obalo, pro omnibus servitiis et querelis, 
Preterea contirmavimus dicta Jordano terrain quam anmculus siius ei dedit pro 
ho)nagio sua et servitio sua de terra quam, de nobis apud Bodeleiam, scilicet la 
Niwehaie et la Sladlande, cum cammuni pasturi integre et quiete ipsi, et 
cuicumque illam voluerit jure hereditaria tenendam confei're, tenendam de 
avuncula sua et heredibus suis infeado et liereditarie, libere et quiete, reddendo 
ei annuatim sex denarias pro omni servicia. Hanc do7iationem et cancessionem 
eidem Jordano avunculus suus carta sua conjirmavit et recognitione^n recepit, 
et nas eidem Jordano presenti carta idem, confirmamus et conjirmationem sigillo 
nostra raboramiis. Actum publicc apud Montem anno (iracie millesimo du- 
centesima decimo. Teste Capitula. And confirmation of the foregoing to 
Ralph de Todewille, kinsman and heir of the said Jordan de Bodeleia, and 
his heirs. By fine of 20s. Devon. 

Protection with clause voluynus, for one year, for Master John de 
Hildesle, parson of the church of Thyngden, going beyond seas on the 
king's service. By K. 

The like for the following, going with him : — 
Geoffrey de Hildesle. 
John de Henle. 

The said Master John has letters nominating Robert de Hemmyngburgh 
and Edmund de Hildesle as his attorneys for one year. 

By testimony of the said John. 

Pardon to Nicholas de Bruntoft of his outlawry in the county of Norfolk 
for nonappearance before the king to answer touching a plea of trespass 
of William de Neuton and John de Refham, on condition that he surrender 
to the Marshalsea prison before the king and stand his trial if they will 
proceed against him. 

The like to the following : — 

Richard Walkere. Peter de Esyngton. 

John de Nesbit. William Gerveys. 

John Plaisfote. Robert de Malteby. 

John Arthurgh. William de Nesbit. 

Thomas de Bruntoft. Elias Bocher. 

Richard atte Boure. John Belle. 

Robert Dybil. Richard Barkere. 



264 



CALENDAR OF PATENT ROLLS. 



1326. 



Membrane 11 — eont. 



April 21. 
Kenilworth. 

April 28. 
Kenilworth. 



May 1. 
Hayles. 



April 30. 
Kenilworth. 



May 1. 

Hayles. 



May 1. 

Ilayles. 

May 8. 
Hayles. 



April 20. 
Kenilworth. 



Thomas Bruet. 
Roger de Goswyk. 
Walter Ma2:eressone. 

CO 

William Cutberd. 
William le Warner. 
William Gilberd. 
Nicholas Tommesone. 
Eustace Bocher. 
John Boweman. 
John de Trendon (-s/r). 
Robert Warde. 
William de Seton. 
Thomas Warde. 
William Warde. 
Thomas de Nesbit. 
Henry de Chippestowe. 
Thomas le Cok. 



Nicholas le Goldsmyth. 

Richard Birilot. 

John de Haukesle. 

John son of Thomas. 

William de Gretham. 

Thomas de Wolston. 

Gilbert atte Ferie of Hertilpol. 

John de Stocholt. 

Adam Huget. 

Robert Barkere. 

Gilbert de Gretham. 

John de Thorston. 

Hugh de Bykerys. 

Nicholas Warner. 

Stephen Warde. 

Simon Skoule. 



Presentation of Thomas de Braiton to the church of Ouston, in the 
diocese of York. By K. 

Licence for Roger Rouhaut to enfeoff Richard de Rogous and William de 
Yornecoumbe of the manor of Aston Rouhaut, co. Oxford, held in chief as 
of the honor of Walingford, and for them to regrant the same to him and 
Eleanor, daughter of Richard Lovel, and the heirs male of their bodies, 
with remainder to his right heirs. 

Licence for the alienation in mortmain by William de Bathonia, parson 
of ]^aggeburgh, to the dean and chapter of St. Andrew's, Wells, of a 
messuage 70 feet long by 20 feet broad, in Welles, and of the reversion of 
a messuage there held for life by Robert le Sadeler and Alice his wife, in 
augmentation of the maintenance of a chaplain to celebrate divine service 
daily in the church of St. Andrew, Wells, for the souls of the said William 
and his ancestors. By fine of 1 mark. Somerset. 

Licence in consideration of a fine made by William de Fissheburn, for 
Roger Papilon to grant to the said William, Robert de la Houke, and Alice 
de Bradebrigge, a messuage, a mill, 50 acres of land and 1-|- acres of 
meadow in Boseham, held in chief, to hold to them and the heirs begotten 
of the body of Alice, with remainder to the right heirs of William. 

By fine of 30.s. 

Presentation of Master Benedict de Scapeia, parson of the church of 
Little Hardres in the diocese of Canterbury, to the church of Quenden, in 
the diocese of London, on an exchange of benefices with William Sporoun. 

Protection with clause v dnnius for two years for Master Henry de Clif, 
parson of the church of Mold, constantly attendant upon the king's service. 

Licence, in consideration of a fine made by Stephen le Gardiner of 
Rikemeresworth and Agnes his wife, for John de Haustede to enfeoff them 
of 2 messuages, 25 acres of land, and 1 acre of meadow in Passenham, held 
in chief. By fine of 1 mark. Northampton. 

Pardon to Robert de Burton for acquiring in fee from William de la 
Bruere, chaplain, a messuage and 4.} bovates of land in Pidseburton in 
Holdernesse held in chief as of the honor of Albemarle, and entering therein 
without licence ; and licence for him to retain the same with remainders to 
Henry de Burton, his brother, and the heirs of his body and to the right 
heirs of Robert. 



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265 



1326. 



May 1. 
Hayles. 

May 9. 

Cirencester 



May 9. 

Cirencester. 

May 12. 

Gloucester. 



Membrane 11 — cont. 

Pardon to Alice late the wife of John Gilt of Hedon of the trespass which 
she and the said John committed in acquiring to them and the heirs of 
John from Henry le Taillour and Beatrice his wife, 11 acres of land in 
Preston in Holdernesse, held in chief as of the honor of Albemarle, and 
entering -therein without licence, and licence for her to retain the same to 
her and the heirs of John. 

Protection with clause nolniiiu.s, for one year, for Robert de Barton, 
parson of a mediety of the church of Okford Skellyng. 

Mandate to William de Weston, escheator in the counties of Surrey, 
Sussex, Kent, Middlesex and in the city of London, to deliver the 
temporalities of the priory of Bromhale to Margery de Fouleston, late sub- 
prioress of the same place, whose election as prioress has been confirmed 
by R. bishop of Salisbury, and who has done fealty to the king. By p.s. 

The like to Richard le Waite, escheator in Wilts and other counties. 

Writ de intendendo directed to the tenants. 

Protection with clause noliuitns, for one year, for Richard Councedieu. 

Pardon to Richard Cokes of Coulesdon (s/'c), for the death of John le 
Palmer at Benyngworth, as it appears by the record of Robert de Aston 
and John de Heyford, justices lately assigned to deliver the gaol of the 
castle of Worcester that he killed him in self-defence. 

Writ of aid for one year to the sheriffs of the counties of Cornwall and 
Devon and all bailiffs and ministers in those counties for Walter de 
Horseham and Hugh ap Ithil, whom Richard de Wygornia, king's clerk, 
warden of the king's mine of Birlound, is sending to select workmen in 
those counties for the works of the mine and to bring them to the said 
works, to bring back those who have withdrawn from the works, and to 
take carriage for the said mine at the king's expense, as has been done 
hitherto. 



MEMBRANE 10. 

x\pril 8D. Licence for the prior and convent of Kenilworth to acquire in mortmain 

Stratford-on- land and rent of their own fee to the value of 10 marks a year. By p.s. 

Avon. They have full satisfaction thereof. 

April 26. Grant to the subprior and convent of Coven tre that on the next voidance 
Kenilworth of their priory they shall have the custody thereof for the time of the void- 
ance with all things pertaining to the priory, and which could pertain to 
the king if he retained the custody in his hands, so that no escheator or 
bailiff shall intermeddle therein in any wise, with this exception that at 
the beginning of the voidance he shall take one simple seisin in the king's 
name within the gate and that taken withdraw at once without carrying 
away anything, not staying there on account of that seisin beyond one day, 
or substituting anyone there in his place. Saving to the king, knights' fees 
and advowsons of churches, wardships and marriages of free tenants of the 
priory. By p.s. 

May 1. Whereas Henry de Edelmeton, sometime citizen of London in bis last 

liavles. will bequeathed in mortmain 6 marks of rent issuing out of his houses 

in Milkestrete, in the parish of St. Mary Magdalen, London (which 

houses were sometime of John de Coudres, and extend to Wodestrete), 



266 



CALENDAR OF PATENT ROLLS. 



]^226 Membrane 10 — cant. 

for the maintenance of a chaplain to celebrate divine service daily in 
the church of All Hallows, Honylane, London, for his soul and the 
souls of his ancestors and the faithful departed, without licence 
obtained from the late or present king, and the said houses have 
now come into the hands of Alice late the wife of Thomas Bely, 
and the rent has been taken into the king's hands on account of the said 
trespass ; the king of his special grace has pardoned the trespass herein, 
and has granted that the houses shall remain charged with the rent for the 
support of the chantry. 

May 2. Protection and safe-conduct for one year for Raymond Guillelmi de la 

Hayles. Fayr, king's merchant, of Gascony, coming to the realm with goods and 
merchandise. 

May 2. Licence for the abbot and convent of Evesham to acquire in mortmain 

Hayles. land and rent, not held in chief, to the value of lOZ. a year. By p.s. 

April 28. Grant to Eleanor wife of Hugh le Despenser, the king's niece, of the 
Kenilworth. king's estate in the goods late of Alan de Newenham, lately indicted before 
the king at Warwick of divers felonies, and afterwards upon examination 
before the king committed to the prison of the bishop of that place according 
to his privilege of clergy, on account whereof his goods have been taken 
into the king's hands. By p.s. 

Protection, until Michaelmas, for Raymond de Spinau, master of the 
king's ship called La Scinte Geonje de Bayone, whom the king is sending 
to Norfolk for some business enjoined on the said Raymond by him ; with 
powder to him to select as many mariners as are necessary for the said ship 
at the king's wages. By p.s. 

Licence for John son of Edmund Everard and Alice his wife to enfeoff 
Edmund son of Edmund Everard of the manor of Brodewyndesore, co. 
Dorset, held in chief, and for the latter to regrant the same to them and 
the heirs of their bodies with remainder to the right heirs of the said John. 

By fine of 10^. 

Pardon to Margery late the wife of Robert de Botheby of the trespass of 
her and her said husband in acquiring to them and the heirs of Robert 
from Walter de Kelk the manor of Cameryngton, held in chief as of the 
honor of Albemarle and entering therein without licence ; and licence for 
her to retain the same. 

Pardon to Matthew Warde for acquiring in fee simple from Nicholas 
Warde, a bovate of land in Tunstall in Holdernesse, held in chief as of the 
honor of Albemarle, and entering therein without licence; with licence for 
him to keep it. 

May 1. Presentation of Nicholas Vigrous, parson of the church of Broxholm, in 

Hayles. i]^q diocese of Lincoln, to the church of Wilingham St. Mary, in the 

diocese of Norwich, on an exchange of benefices with William de Sutton. 

Feb. 18. Licence for the alienation in mortmain by Stephen de Graveshende, 

Barnwell. bishop of London, in part satisfaction of the licence granted by letters 
patent for him to alienate land to the value of 18^. a year for the main- 
tenance of the ministers of the church of St. Paul, London, and for obits, 
&c., of 140 acres of land in Plumbergh, co. Essex, held of the said bishop, 
of the value of 46s. 8d. yearly, as appears by inquisition made by John de 
Blomvill, escheator in the counties of Essex, &c., to the abbot and convent 



May 5. 

Purton 
(Fir ton.) 



May 2. 

Hayles. 



April 20. 
Kenilworth. 



19 EDWARD II.— Part 2. 



267 



1326. 



Feb. 18. 

Barnwell. 



May 8. 

Marlborough. 



May 1. 

Hayles. 

May 12. 

Gloucester, 



May 2. 

flayles. 



May 13. 

Gloucester. 



May 12. 

Gloucester. 



May 15. 
Gloucester. 



J[('inbranc 10 — cont. 

of St. Osyth's, to find two chaplains to celebrate divine service daily in the 
said church of 8t. Paul, for the good estate of the king and his children, 
for his soul when he is dead and for the souls of his progenitors, kings of 
England, and of Richard de Gravesende, uncle of the said Stephen, and 
for the soul of the said Stephen when he is dead, and the souls of the 
faithful departed. 

Whereas William de Lelom, father of William son of William de Lelom, 
who is his heir, acquired in fee from Peter de Malo Lacu, deceased, a 
messuage, 50 acres of land and 20 acres of meadow in Eggeton, held 
in chief of Edward I, and entered therein without licence of that king, 
and the said William son of William acquired in fee from Peter son of 
Peter de Malo Lacu 11 acres of land in the same town, and entered therein 
without licence of the present king, and so the said William son of William 
now holds the messuage and lands ; the king for a fine made by the latter 
has pardoned the trespasses herein and granted that he may retain the 
same. By fine of 20.s'. 

Grant, at the request of Thomas, earl of Norfolk and marshal of 
England, the king's brother, and of Alice his wife, to Joan Jermye, sister 
of the said countess, of the marriage of John son and heir of John Lovel, 
tenant in chief, the king's ward. By p.s. 

Protection, for one year, for John, bishop of Meath, and for his men, 
lands, and possessions. 

The prior of Llanthony Prima in Wales, staying in England, has letters 
nominating John son of William, and Thomas son of David, as his 
attorneys in Ireland for two years. 

Brother Henry de Bedeford, master of the hospital of St. Thomas the 
Martyr of Canterbury of Aeon, staying in England, has letters nominating 
Ralph de Coumbe, brother of the said hospital, as his attorney in Ireland 
for two years. 

Grant, for the good service which Simon de Mountbreton has done to 
the king, that Isabel late the wife of William de Brewosa, tenant in chief, 
may marry him, if she will, on condition that if she will not, she shall 
remain the king's widow, in the state wherein she is now, and may not 
marry any other without his licence. By p.s. 

Appointment of John de Weston, constable of the Tower of London, 
in the counties of Kent and Essex, to keep the scrutiny of all letters 
brought from or taken to foreign parts in all places on the coast of the 
Thames between London and Graveshende and in that town, as the king 
understands that very many such letters have been brought in clandestinely 
in places other than those where ships usually call and that the commis- 
sioners formerly appointed have been negligent in their duty. [Fcedera.] 

ByK. 

Pardon to Eva la Bruchere of her waiver in the county of Wilts for non- 
appearance before John le Butiller of Lanultyt, and his fellows, justices 
assigned to hear and determine a trespass against William Aylemer, parson 
of the church of Dadynton, by her and others, to answer touching the said 
trespass, on condition that she surrender forthwith to prison in the said 
county and stand her trial if the said William will proceed against her. 

Grant, to Thomas de Gayregrave, king's clerk, of the wardenship of the 
hospital of St. Mary Magdalen, Skipton in Cravene. 

Mandate to John de Rithre, keeper of the castle and honor of Skipton in 
Cravene, to induct him into corporal possession of the hospital. 



268 



CALENDAR OF PATENT ROLLS. 



1326. 

May 10. 

Cirencester. 



May 10. 

Cirencester. 



May 30. 

Salt wood. 



June 1. 
Saltwood. 



May 28. 
Chartham. 



MEMBRANE 9. 

Appointment of Hugh de Courtenay, John de Bello Campo of Somersete 
and Peter de Ovedale as captains and principal surveyors in the counties of 
Cornwall and Devon of the arrays of men at arms, mounted or foot, as well 
as of knights and others and to amend any defects therein by the advice of 
Walter, bishop of Exeter ; with power to remove arrayers and appoint 
fresh ones and to punish rebellious persons ; and they are to lead the levies 
of men between fifteen and sixty against any foe that may land in those 
parts and to select from the men at arms mounted or foot sufficient men to 
guard the county and a certain number to go on the king's service for the 
defence of the realm. And in all hundreds and liberties such arrayers and 
leaders are to be appointed who are not suspected by the king. [Pari. 
Writs.] By K. 

The like of the following in the following counties : — 

Thomas, earl of Norfolk, marshal of England, in Lincoln, Norfolk, 
Suffolk, Cambridge, Huntingdon, Essex and Hertford, by advice of 
bishops of Ely and London. 
Writ of aid for him directed to Thomas Bardolf and John Darci. 

ByK. 

David de Strabolgi, earl of Athol, and Ralph Basset of Draiton in 
Kent, Surrey and Sussex, by advice of the archbishop of Canterbury 
the bishop of Chichester. Vacated because otherwise beloir. 

Hugh le Despenser, earl of Winchester, in Southampton, Wilts, 
Somerset, Dorset and Gloucester, by advice of the bishops of 
the Winchester, Bath and Wells, and Salisbury. Vacated because 
otlierwise beloir. 

Edmund, earl of Arundel, in Wales. 

The same, in Salop, Stafford and Hereford, by advice of the bishop of 
Chester. 

John de W^arenna, earl of Surrey, in York, Northumberland, Cumber- 
land, Westmoreland, Lancaster, Nottingham and Derby, by advice of 
Simon Warde, John de Wysham and John de Felton. By K. 

Writ of aid for him directed to the said Simon, John, and John 
singly. [Pari. Writs.'] 

Commission to David de Strabolgi, earl of Athol, and Ralph Basset of 
Draiton to be captains and principal supervisors of the array in Kent, 
Surrey and Sussex, by advice of the said archbishop and bishop. 

The like to the above earl in Southampton, Wilts, &c., by advice of the 
bishops named above. [Pari. Writs.] 

Licence, for the alienation in mortmain by Galwan de Thweng, parson 
of the church of Lithum to the abbot and convent of Whiteby, in satis- 
faction of lOO.s. of the 'IQl. yearly of land and rent, which they have the 
king's licence to acquire, of a messuage, 6 tofts, 10 bovates and 8 acres of 
land, 3 acres of meadow, 160 acres of wood, 12.s. 6t/. of rent and a moiety 
of a toft in Dunsle, held of the abbot and convent, as appears by inquisition 
made by Simon de Grymmesby, escheator in the counties of York. 

Presentation of John de Foxton to the vicarage of the church of 
Caresbrok, in the diocese of Winchester, in the king's gift by reason of the 
temporalities of the abbey of Lyre being in his hands. , 

Licence for the alienation in mortmain by John Lok and Roger de 
Boyvill to the prior and convent of Kenilworth of the manor of Patleshull, 
CO. Stafford, held of the priory, and of the value of 9 marks, as appears by 



19 EDWARD II.— Part 2. 



269 



1326. 



May 26. 

Otfoi-d. 



May 25. 

Croydon. 



June 3. 

Saltwood. 



Membrane 9 — cont. 

inquisition made by John de Hampton, escheator, to hold as of the value 
of 10 marl\S yearly in full satisfaction of the land and rent to that value, 
which the king has granted licence for them to acquire. 

Exemption, for five years, at the request of Robert de Watevyll, of 
William de Ardern from being put upon assizes, juries, inquisitions or 
recognitions. By p.s. 

Pardon to Henry de Sancto Licio of the county of Notingham and Ada 
late the wife of Gerard de Chauncy, tenant in chief, for intermarrying 
without the king's licence. By C. and by fine of 20/. 

Peregrine de Controno, merchant, going beyond seas, has letters 
nominating Pancius de Controno and Ascelinus Simonet[ti] as his attorneys 
in England for one year. 



MEMBRANE 8. 

May 1. Mandate to the mayor of the city of Loundres to cause the following 

Kenilworth. ordinances made by the king and council [touching the staple] to be 
published and observed in their city and bailiwick : — 

[The terms of these ordinances are set forth in the Calendar of Patent 
IMls, 1 Edward III, pp. 98-99, but the scribe of Edward III made one 
clerical error. On p. 99 line 4, for 'forty' read 'fifteen.'] 

The like to all sheriffs of England and to mayors and bailiffs and others 
underwritten : — 

The mayor and bailiffs of : — 

Newcastle on Tyne. 

York. 

The city of Lincoln. 

The city of Norwich. 

Aysperton. 

The city of Winchester. 

The city of Excestre. 

Bristuit. 

Salopbirs. 

The city of Divelin. 

Kaermerdyn. 

Kaerdif. 

Lostwithiel. 

Treureu. 

Droghda. 

Cork. 

John Darci, justice of Irlande. 

Ralph Basset, warden of the castle of Dovre and of the Cinque Ports. 

Edmund, earl of Arundel, justice of Wales. 

The bailiffs of Sandwiz. French. 

May 18. ^^^® conduct and protection for William archbishop of Vienne and Hugh 

Marlborough, bishop of Orange, envoys of the pope first to France and next to England 

on matters touching the king and the queen, on condition that they carry 

no letters of excommunication or other things prejudicial to the king or 

the realm. French. [F^edera.] 

May 10. Grant for life to Richard de Potesgrave, king's chaplain, of the warden- 

Gloucester, ship of the hospital of Newenton in Holdrenesse. By p.s. 

Writ de intendendo to the brethren and sisters of the hospital. 



270 



CALENDAR OF PATENT ROLLS. 



1326. 

May 19. 

Marlborough. 



May 19. 

Marlborough. 

:\ray 27. 
Croydon. 



May 7. 
Marlborough. 



May 17. 
Ogbourn. 



May 15. 

Cubberley. 



May 17. 

Marlborough. 



Mfmh7'anc 8 — rout. 

Presentation of Master Walter de Pembrugge to the church of Fulbek, 
in the diocese of Lincohi, in the king's gift by reason of the lands late of 
John de Britannia, earl of Richemund, being in his hands. By p.s. 

Pardon to Adam de Pilton for having been an adherent of the king's 
enemies. By p.s. 

Protection for one year for servants of the master of the hospital of 
St. Bartholomew, Smethefeld, London, in carrying crops, victuals and 
timber from his manors of Hatfeld, Wakering, Reinham, and Dounham, 
CO. Essex, and Alrichesbiri, co. Middlesex, to the hospital by land or water. 

Licence for John de Stourton to enfeoff William de Clopton of the manor 
of Hyngoston, co. Cambridge, held in chief, and for the latter to regrant 
the same to the said John and Alice his wife and the heirs of the said John. 

By p.s. 

Pardon to Geoffrey son of Henry de Ditton of his abjuration of the realm 
for the death of William Crud, mariner, on condition that he surrender 
forthwith to prison and stand his trial if the king or any other will proceed 
against him. By p.s. 

Grant to the abbot and convent of Langele that the grant made by them 
at the king's request to Peter Donemou of sustenance for life in their 
house, shall not prejudice them as a precedent. By p.s. 

Grant for life to John Warenna, earl of Surrey, in consideration of 
his quitclaim to the king of his castles, manors, towns and lands, with 
knights' fees, advowsons, reversions, franchises and other things, in the 
county of York, in his manors and towns of Staunford and Grantham, co. 
Lincoln, to wit, whatever he had in demesnes, lordships and services in 
these counties, and by way of acting graciously towards him, of the castles, 
towns and manors of Conyngesburgh and Sandale, and the manors of 
Wakefeld, Souresby, Bratthewell, Fisshelak, Dewesbury and Halifax, and 
all other lands late of the earl in the county of York, before they came to 
the king's hands, except the manors of Thorne and Haitfeld, to hold for 
life with knights' fees, reversions, advowsons, homages and other services 
of free tenants, villeins with their villenages, chattels and issues, fairs, 
markets, warrens, chaces, parks, woods, stews, stanks, marshes, fisheries, 
feedings, pastures, wapentakes, liberties and other appurtenances, in the 
same manner as before they came to the king's hands, with reversion to 
the king. By K. and p.s. 



May 27. 
Maidstone, 



Membrane 8 (Schedide). 

Mandate to Richard de Mosele, king's clerk, to deliver the said castles, 
towns, manors and lands, which are in his custody, to the earl. 

By K. and p.s. 
Writ de intendendo directed to the tenants. By K. and the same writ. 



May 26 

Croydon. 



Membrane 8 — cant. 

Licence for John de Monte Alto to enfeoff Richard de W^armynton, clerk, 
and Hugh de Monte Alto of the manor of Magna Crauford, except 4 
messuages, 52 acres of land, and 1 acre of meadow, which manor is held in 
chief as of the honor of Christchurch Twynham, and for the latter to 
regrant the same to the said John for life, with remainders to John Frelond 
and Agnes his wife and the heirs of their bodies, and to the right heirs of 
the grantor. 



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271 



1326. 

May 14. 

Gloucester. 



May 12. 

Gloucester. 



May 2. 

Hayles. 



May 12. 

Gloucester. 



May 17. 

Marlborough. 



MEMBRA^'E 7. 

Signification to the archbishop of Tuam of the royal assent to the election 
of Master John, dean of Kilmacduagh, to be bishop of that place. By p.s. 

Power to John Darci, justiciary of Ireland, after the person elected has 
been confirmed by the diocesan, to take his fealty and restore to him the 
temporalities, after first receiving from him letters patent sealed with his 
own seal and the seal of his chapter, that this grace is of the king's mere 
liberality and is not to be drawn into a precedent. By the same writ. 

Confirmation to the master and brethren of the lepers' hospital of St. 
Sepulchre, Hedon, of a number of grants by private persons, which are 
not dated or set out in full. By fine of 20s. 

Whereas Roger son of Thomas le Brun of Wetheringsete, lately indicted 
of the receiving of William ' of the Hull ' of Thornedon indicted of the 
death of Agnes late the wife of William Coleman in the county of Suffolk, 
and for that cause imprisoned in the king's gaol of Estderham, afterwards 
broke from that gaol and escaped, and has now been retaken and delivered 
against to the said gaol ; the king has pardoned him for breaking out and 
escaping on condition that before he be delivered from the said prison he 
stand his trial for the receiving and all other things whereof he is 
indicted. By p.s. 

Pardon to Peter de Barewe of Barton for acquiring in fee a messuage, 
2h bovates of land and 20 acres of meadow in Barton, and to the said 
Peter and Isabel his wife and Robert their son for acquiring for their lives 
2 tofts, 2 bovates of land, and 10 acres of meadow there, from Henry de 
Bello Monte, who held the same in chief, and entering therein without 
licence, and licence for them to retain the same. 

By fine of 1 mark. Lincoln. 

Whereas the king by charter granted to John de Warenna, earl of Surrey, 
his kinsman, the castle and town of Reygate, and the manors of Dorkyng 
and Bechesworth, co. Surrey, the castle and town of Lewes and the 
manors of Cokefeld, Cleiton, Dichening, Mechyng, Peccham, Brightel- 
meston, Rottingden, Houndeden, Northese, Radmeld, Kimer, Middelton, 
Alington, Worth and Picoumbe, and the towns of Iford, Pidinghowe and 
Seford, co. Sussex, and all other manors, hamlets and lands in those 
counties, and the castles of Dinarsbran and Holt (de caatro Leonis), the 
lands of Bromfeld, Yal and Wrightesham, in Wales, which the earl had 
quit-claimed to the king by charter, to hold to the earl according to a 
certain form contained in the said charter ; and whereas the earl has now 
quit-claimed the premises to the king, to wit, whatever he had in the said 
counties of Wales, in demesnes, lordships and services, with knights' fees, 
reversions, advowsons, regalities, homages and other services of free 
tenants, &c. — although by the earl's charter the reversion of the premises 
would in any case belong to the king, the king, wishing to act graciously 
towards the earl, and in consideration of the earl's quit-claim and warranty 
to the king of all his castles, towns, manors and lands in the counties of 
York and Lincoln, has granted to the earl and Joan his wife, all the said 
premises in the counties ef Surrey and Sussex and in Wales, to hold to 
them and the heirs male of his body with knights' fees, advowsons, 
regalities, &c., to hold by the same services as w^ere due before 
the said quit-claims, with remainder to Edmund earl of Arundel and 
Alesia his wife, and Richard son of the same earl and Isabel his wife 
and the heirs of their bodies, with remainder to the right heirs of the said 
earl of Surrey, notwithstanding that the reversion of the premises might 



272 



CALENDAR OF PATENT ROLLS. 



1326. 



May 26. 

Maidstone. 



Membrane 7 — cont. 

belong to the king as aforesaid. But the king is not willing nor does he 
intend that by the said grant he or his heirs shall be bound to warranty 
of the premises or be held to make any value of them or any part thereof 
to any person. By K. and by p.s. 

Appointment of Robert de Eseden to receive in the king's name seisin 
of the premises in the counties of Surrey and Sussex. 

By K. and by the same writ. 



May 27. 

Maidstone. 



May 26. 

-M aidstone. 



May 27. 

Maidstone. 



June 9. 

Sturry. 



June 4. 
i^altwood. 



June 6. 
Saltwood, 



May 29. 

Chartham. 

Apl.(m-)14. 
Pontefract. 

May 26. 
Otford. 



MEMBRANE 6. 

Mandate to the said Robert de Eseden to deliver the same to the said 
earl and Joan his wife, with the armour, victuals and goods in the said 
castles, and the issues received by him, and with the knights' fees, 
advowsons, regalities, &c. By K. and by p.s. 

Writ de intendendo directed to the tenants. 

By K. and by the same writ. 

Appointment of Alexander de Chavyngton to receive seisin in the king's 
name of the castles of Dinarsbran and Holt, and of the lands of Bromfeld, 
Yal and Wrightesham in Wales, with knights' fees, &c., granted to the 
king as above. By K. and by p.s. 

Mandate to the same to deliver these to the earl and Joan his wife. 

By K. and the same writ. 
Writ de intendendo directed to the tenants. By K. and by the same writ. 

Mandate to Roger Mauduyt, keeper of the castles, manors and lands 
late of Robert de Umframvill, earl of Anegos, tenant in chief, which are in 
the king's hands by reason of the minority of the heir, to let the said 
manors and lands to farm for fojir years, and to certify the treasurer and 
barons of the Exchequer of what he does herein. By K. 

Pardon to John Baker of Craule, of his outlawry in the county of Sussex 
for nonappearance before the king to answer touching a plea of trespass of 
William Petyt of Craule, on condition that he surrender forthwith to the 
prison of the Marshalsea before the king and stand his trial if the said 
Willia.m will proceed against him. By K. 

Pardon with like condition to Thomas de Cokeworthy of his outlawry in 
the county of York for nonappearance before the king to answer touching 
an appeal of William de Lynlegh of the death of William le Bakere, brother 
of the said William. By p.s. 

Pardon to John de Sothull of this that he was an adherent of some 
rebels against the king and was against him at the siege of Tikhull. 

By p.s. 

The like to Robert Poun of this that he was an adherent of Humphrey 
de Bohun, late earl of Hereford, a rebel. By K. 

Safe-conduct until Christmas for Thomas Springat, king's mariner, whom 
the king is sending to the parts of Poitou for the delivery of a ship of the 
king's called la Setntecroiz of London, arrested at Colet by Gerard Chaboiz, 
knight, and to bring it with the salt and goods in it which the king caused 
to be purveyed there for the stocking of his castles ; and with power to the 
said Thomas, when the ship is delivered to him, to take from the king's 
ships or others of his power one mariner to bring the above ship to the 
realm. By K. 



19 EDWARD II.— Part 2. 



273 



1326. 
June 2. 
Saltwood. 



June 3. 
Saltwood. 



June 5. 

Saltwood. 



June 6. 
Saltwood. 



April 29. 
Kenilworth. 



May 28. 
Charing. 



May 2G. 

Oxford. 



May 30. 

Biahopsbourn. 

June 1. 
Saltwood. 

June 9. 

Sturry. 

June 2. 
Saltwood. 

June 10. 

Sturry. 



Membrane 6 — cont. 

Presentation of John de Paxton, parson of the church of Whitington, in 
the diocese of Lincoln, to the church of Offord Cluny, in the diocese of Ely, 
in the king's gift by reason of the temporalities of the abbey of Cluny being 
in his hands ; on an exchange of benefices with Hugh de Berbireio. 

Grant to Ralph le Blount, king's clerk, of the prebend of Undredon in 
the free chapel of Bruggenorth. By K. 

Mandate in pursuance to the dean and chapter of the said chapel. 

Presentation of Richard de Kenebrok to the church of Goldhangre, in 
the diocese of London, in the king's gift by reason of his custody of the 
land and heir of Philip de Hevenyngham, tenant in chief. By K. 

Presentation of Ralph de Gatesbury to the church of Okham, in the 
diocese of Winchester, in the king's gift by reason of his custody of the 
lands of Hugh Daudele the younger, which are in the king's hands. 

By K. 

Pardon, at the request of William, archbishop of Vienne and of Hugh, 
bishop of Orange, envoys of the pope, to John de Crumbwell, knight, whom 
the king sent beyond seas on his affairs, for not returning at the king's 
command ; with restitution of his lands and goods, which had been taken 
into the king's hands on account of the premises ; on condition that he 
return to England in a fortnight. By K. 

Pardon, .at the request of James le Botiller of Ireland to Walter Arnald 
for the death of Adam Lovel, whereof he is indicted in Ireland, on condi- 
tion that he stand his trial in the king's court if anyone wishes to proceed 
against him. By p.s. 

The like to John Bele of Pontefract of his outlawry in the county of 
York for nonappearance before the king to answer touching a plea of 
trespass of Thomas de Fournivall, on condition that he surrender to the 
prison of the Marshalsea before the king and stand his trial if the said 
Thomas will proceed against him. By p.s. 

The like to William son of Henry le Carpenter of Haidok of any outlawry 
for non-appearance in the king's court to answer touching an indictment of 
the death of Robert Ryngotherose, on condition that he surrender forthwith 
to the prison of the county where he was outlawed and stand his trial if 
anyone wishes to proceed against him at the suit of the king or another. 

By p.s. 

Grant to John, bishop of Ely, of the marriage of the son and heir of 
William de Mountgomery, tenant in chief, a ward in the king's custody. 

By p.s. 

Safe-conduct until St. Peter's Chains for Master John de Florencia, 
coming from the parts of Holand and Seland to the king, his men and 
goods. By K. 

The like for Bonacursus de Friscobaldis, coming from beyond seas to 
the king. 

Protection with clause nohnmis, for one year, for Gerard de Biole, 
burgess of Southampton, merchant, born of the duchy. 

Pardon to John de Stradebrok of his outlawry in the counties of Bedford 
and Huntingdon for non-appearance before the king to answer touching an 
appeal of mahem by John Hardyng of Dodyngton ; on condition that he 
surrender forthwith to the prison of the Marshalsea before the king and 
stand his trial if the said John wishes to proceed against him. 



3217 



274 



CALENDAR OF PATENT ROLLS. 



1326. 

June 3. 
Saltwood. 



June 3. 
Saltwood. 



June 3. 
Saltwood. 



June 6. 
Saltwood. 



June 4. 
Saltwood. 



May 27. 

Otford. 



June 10. 
Sfeurry. 



June 9. 
Sturrj. 



31 EM BRAN E 5. 

Prorogation, at the request of the burgomasters, ecltcvins, and consuls of 
the town of Bruges, of the meeting with the envoys of the towns of 
Bruges, Ghent, Ypres and other towns in Flanders touching a treaty of 
peace to be made betw^een the men and merchants of the realm and those 
of Flanders, appointed to be held on Ascension Day last, until the 
Decollation of St. John the Baptist. 

The like of the truce with Flanders, already extended for a year from 
last Easter, for another year after next Easter. [Feeder a.] 

Protection and safe-conduct, during pleasure, for William le Deakne of 
Bruges, his wife and household, and his men coming to the realm with 
merchandise. By K. 

The like for one year for Simon Reremostier, coming to the king from 
Flanders. By K. 

The like, for one year, for Walter Lesculeer. By K. 

Mandate to sheriffs and others to arrest any persons prosecuting appeals 
in derogation of the king's right of presentation to the church of Deen, in 
the diocese of Lincoln, in his gift by reason of the temporalities of the 
abbey of W^estminster being in his hands, which presentation the king 
recovered by judgment of the court against the abbot, and of his presenta- 
tion of John de Hiche, king's clerk, to that church. 

Prohibition to all ecclesiastical persons from prosecuting such appeals. 

Writ (le intendendo to the tenants of the priory of Montacute in favour of 
Guichard de Jo, a Cluniac monk, preferred to be prior thereof in the room 
of John Caprarii, resigned, by Peter abbot of Cluny, the king having taken 
his fealty and restored to him the temporalities. 

Mandate to the treasurer and barons of the Exchequer, that, after taking 
from him sufficient security that he will render at the Exchequer for the 
temporalities of the priory every year for so long as the causes for which 
alien religious houses are in the king's hands continue, the fixed amount 
which his predecessor paid, they shall cause the temporalities to be delivered 
to the said prior. 

Grant to Hugh le Despenser, lord of Glamorgan, in consideration of his 
merits and because he was the principal mover with the king and council 
that the staples of w^ools, hides and woolfells should be held in fixed places 
in England, Ireland and Wales and not elsewhere, that he and his heirs 
shall have a staple in his town of Kerdyf, in Wales, of wools, hides and 
woolfells and other merchandise, with the exception of tin, according to 
the late ordinance made by the king and council. By K. 

Grant during pleasure, at the request of Edmund, earl of Arundel, to 
Henry de Salesbury of the office of hayward {messoris) of the king's manor" 
of Fordyngton by Dorcestre, doing as others in the same office have been 
wont to do. By K. on the information of W. de Herlaston. 

Pardon to John Loterel of Somerset of his outlawry in the county of 
Worcester for non-appearance before the king to answer touching a plea of 
trespass of Hugh le Despenser the younger, on condition that he surrender 
forthwith to the prison of the Marshalsea before the king, and stand his 
trial if the said Hugh will proceed against him. By K. 

Licence for the alienation in mortmain to the abbot and convent of 
St. James without Northampton by Walter Mauncel of 2 acres of land in 
Boseyate, and by William de Belond, parson of the church of Draiton, and 



I 



II 



19 EDWARD II.— Part 2. 



275 



1326. 



June 1. 
Salt wood. 



June 12. 

Sturrj. 

June 17. 
Tower of 
London. 



June 19. 

Tower of 

London, 

June 16. 
Tower of 
London. 



June 19. 
Tower of 
London. 



June 22. 
Tower of 
London, 



Membrane 5 — co7it. 

John Baret, vicar of the church of Duston, of 2 mills, a garden, 4 acres of 
land and 3 acres of meadow in Upton, not held in chief, as appears by 
inquisition made by Matthew Broun, escheator, to hold as of the value of 
206'., in part satisfaction of the 10/. yearly of land and rent which they 
have the king's licence to acquire. 

Tuspexhnus and confirmation of (1) a quitclaim dated at Westminster, 
4 March, 18 Edward II, by Thomas de Sibthorp, clerk, to William de Clif, 
clerk, of 3 tofts and 32^ acres of land in Heydene, co. Essex, and the 
advowson of the church of Heydene, and all other lands there which he 
had of the gift of William son of William son of Henry de Sutton, as in 
meadows, plains, feedings, pastures, woods, alder-beds, waters, ways, paths, 
marlpits, fisheries and other appurtenances. Witnesses : — Master Henry 
de Clif, Sirs Richard de Ayremynne, William de Herlaston, Thomas de 
Evesham, Robert de Spynay, William de Dalton, clerks, and others. Also 
of (2) a quit claim by John Picot to the said William of the premises, and 
grant that the said William and his heirs, and the said Thomas and John 
and their heirs, shall not be disturbed by reason of the premises being held 
in chief, or by reason of the acquisition thereof by the said Thomas from 
John de Ware without licence. By fine of 1 mark. Essex. 

John de Bohun of Midhurst, staying in England, has letters nominating 
John de Eyston and Thomas Taylard as his attorneys in Ireland for two 
years. 

Pardon to John de Ayketon, ' harbour,' for acquiring for life from Peter 
de Maid Lacu the bailiwick of keeping the wood of Balleby in the manor of 
Donecastre and 53s. and 4:d. of rent in the said manor, which is held in 
chief, and entering therein without licence ; and licence for him to retain 
the same, with reversion to the said Peter. By fine of 40s. 

John de Erie, staying in England, has letters nominating Robert de 
Quemerford and Thomas son of Simon as his attorneys in Ireland for two 
years. 

John Travers, staying in Gascony on the king's service, has letters 
nominating Thomas de Thorneton and Laurence son of Thomas Travers as 
his attorneys for one year. 

Oliver de Ingham has the like, nominating Thomas de Hyndringham 
and John son of Robert de Ingham. 

Pardon to William de Pesenden and Juliana his wife for acquiring in 
fee tail from Walter, archbishop of Canterbury, 260 acres of saltmarsh in 
Stone, held in chief, at a rent to the archbishop and his successors of 13/. 
and doing suit to the archbishop's court of Lymyng every three weeks, and 
entering therein without licence ; with licence for them to retain the same, 
with reversion to the archbishop and his successors. 

By fine of 10/. Kent. 

Licence, at the request of Mary de Saneto Paulo, countess of Pembroke, 
for the master and brethren of the chapel of St. Mary the Virgin, Melton 
by Gravesende, to appropriate the church thereof, which is of their 
advowson. By p.s. 



MEMBRANE 4. 
June 8. Appointment during pleasure of John de Pabenham to the custody of 

Sturry. the king's castle of Tonebrigg and of the forest there, receiving 10/. yearly. 

By K. on the information of William de Herlaston by bill. 

Mandate to Henry de Cobham to deliver the same to him with the armour 

and victuals in the castle. By K. 



276 



CALENDAR OF PATENT ROLLS. 



1326. 



June 9. 
iSturrj. 



June 9. 
Sturrj, 



May 16. 

Down 

Ampney. 

June 12. 

Sturry, 



June 9. 

Sturry. 



June 10. 
Sturry. 



May 19. 

Marlborouj^h. 



June 12. 
Sturry. 



June 16. 

Eltham. 



June 17. 
Rochester. 



Membrane 4 — cont. 

Writ de inteyidendo directed to the tenants in the liberty of the said castle 
and honor {sic). 

By K. on the information of William de Herlaston by bill. 

Writ de intendendo to the barons of the port of Dover for Nicholas son of 
Thomas Larcher of Dover, deputed by Ralph Basset of Drayton, to whom 
the king has committed the custody of that port during pleasure, to perform 
that office under him. 

Safe-conduct for Peter Bernard de Pynsole, Serjeant at arms, master of 
the king's ship called Scint Kdirard, and the men and mariners and goods 
therein, going to divers parts on the king's service. By p.s. 

Protection and safe-conduct for Hugh Sampson, mayor of the town of 
Southampton, going with his ship to divers parts of the realm on his own 
affairs. By the same writ. 

Licence for the abbot and convent of Cirencestre to acquire in mortmain 
land and rent of their own fee to the value of 10 marks a year. By p.s. 

Pardon to the master and brethren of the hospital of St. John the 
Baptist within the east gate of Exeter for acquiring to them and the 
hospital in fee from Walter de Radesleye a messuage there, and from Robert 
de la Heghen another messuage there, for the founding of certain chantries 
and the maintenance of certain alms, and entering therein after the 
publication of the statute of mortmain without licence ; and licence for 
them to retain the same. By fine of 'dOs. 

Presentation of William de Dersham, chaplain, to the vicarage of the 
church of Jokesford in the diocese of Norwich, in the king's gift by reason 
of the temporalities of the priory of Theford Monachorum being in his 
hands. 

Licence for the alienation in mortmain by John de Felton, chaplain, to 
the prior and convent of Tynemouth of a messuage in Newcastle upon 
Tyne, not held in chief and worth 4 marks a year, as appears by inquisition 
made by Simon de Grymmesby, escheator, to hold in part satisfaction of 
the land and rent to the value of 10/. a year, which they have the king's 
licence to acquire. 

Licence for Thomas de Hulton and Mariota his wife to grant in fee tail 
to Roger le Frensshe of Tybrighton and Ellen his wife a moiety of a virgate 
of land in Kyngeston in Malfeld, held in chief, with reversion to Mariota 
and her heirs. By fine of 40.s'. Hereford. 

Exemption for life, at the request of Isabel de Hastynges, of Robert de 
Wodeford of Salisbury, merchant, in the town and port of Southampton,- 
from toll and all other customs on his own proper goods and merchandise. 

Pardon to Hasculph de Whytewell for acquiring in fee from John 
Lestraunge a fourth part of a knight's fee in Ketene, co. Rutland, held in 
chief, and entering therein without licence ; with restitution of the same. 

By fine of 1 mark. 

Appointment, during pleasure and good behaviour, of Henry de Secbeford 
to the custody of the smaller piece of the seal for the recognisances of debts 
in the city of London. 

Presentation of Thomas de Bowes to the church of Beford, in the diocese 
of York. By p.s. 



19 EDWARD II.— Part 2. 



277 



1326. 

June 12. 
Sturry. 



June 18. 

Tower of 

Loudou. 



June 20. 
Tower of 
London. 



June 18. 
Tower of 
London. 



May 21. 

Tower of 
London. 



June 10. 

Sturry. 

June 22. 

Tower of 
London. 



June 20. 
Tower of 
London. 



June 26. 

Tower of 
London. 



Membrane 4 — cont. 

Licence for the alienation in mortmain by John de Hengham, clerk, to 
the abbot and convent of Waltham Holy Cross of a messuage, 200 acres of 
land, 7 acres of meadow, and 1^ acres of wood, in Ware, not held in chief 
and of the value of (jSs. yearly, as appears by inquisition made by John de 
Blounlvyll, escheator, to hold in part satisfaction of land to the value of SOI. 
a year, which they have the king's licence to acquire. 

The like by W. bishop of Exeter, to the rector and scholars of the house 
of iStapeldon, Oxford, of 5 messuages in Oxford, of the value of 20.s. yearly, 
as appears by inquisition made by Richard le Wayte, escheator, in part 
satisfaction of the land and rent to the value of 20/. a year, which they 
have the king's licence to acquire. 

Protection and safe-conduct for one year for Simon Derere le Muster, 
burgess and merchant of Bruges in Flanders, with the men and servants in 
his company, coming to the realm with armour and other merchandise, 
provided they do no thing against the ordinance of the wood-staple. 

The like for Walter le Scutelare, burgess and merchant of Bruges. 

Mandate to sheriff's and others to arrest all persons prosecuting appeals 
in derogation of the king's presentation of John de Foxton, king's clerk, to 
the vicarage of the church of Caresbrok, in his gift by reason of the 
temporalities of the abbey of Lyre being in his hands. 

Prohibition to all ecclesiastical persons from such proceedings. 

Nomination to the abbot of Aumale of Hugh de Glaumvill, king's clerk, 
for presentation to the church of Kayngham, in the diocese of York, to 
w^hich the king has the right to nominate a parson for presentation by the 
said abbot. By K. 

Grant during pleasure to John de Coupeland, king's clerk, of the free 
chapel of St. Mary in the king's manor of Faxfiete. By p.s. 

Presentation of Nicholas Savage, parson of the church of Assholte, to 
the church of Berebrun in the diocese of Bath and Wells, in the king's 
gift by reason of the lands of John de Acton being in his hands ; on an 
exchange of benefices with John, parson of the latter church. By K. 

Exemption for life, at the request of Eleanor la Despenser, the king's 
niece, of Richard Grubbe from being put on assizes, juries or recognitions, 
and from appointment as sheriff', coroner, or other bailiff or minister of the 
king, against his wall. By K. 

Exemption for life of Robert Ferthyng from the same. By K. 

Pardon to Robert Clerbek for acquiring in fee from Joan Clerbek a third 
part of the manor of Childacford held in chief as of the honor of Christ- 
church Twynham, and entering therein without licence ; with licence for 
him to retain the same. 

Presentation of Henry de Hamelton to the church of St. Nicholas, South 
Kelleseye, in the diocese of Lincoln. 



June 20. 
Tower of 
London. 



MEMBRANE 3. 



Pardon to the rector and scholars of the house of Stapeldon, Oxford, for 
acquiring in mortmain from W. bishop of Exeter, 2 messuages in Oxford, 
and a messuage from Agatha daughter of Henry Oweyn, from William 
Siward, and from Gilbert de Beford respectively, which are extended at 



278 



CALENDAR OF PATENT ROLLS. 



1326, 



June 19. 
Tower of 
London. 



July 25. 
Tower of 
London. 



June 23. 
Tower of 
London. 



June 22. 
Tower of 
London. 



June 22. 
Tower of 
London. 



Membraiie 3 — cont, 

20.S. a year, as appears by inquisition made by Richard le Wayte, escheator, 
and entering therein without licence ; and licence for them to retain the 
same in part satisfaction of land and rent to the value of 201, a year, which 
they have the king's licence to acquire. 

Pardon to Ralph le Porter of his outlawries in the county of Worcester 
for non-appearance before the king to answer touching divers writs of 
trespass of Hugh le Despenser the younger, with the usual condition of his 
surrender to the Marshalsea prison. By K. 

Grant to William de Herlaston, king's clerk, of the archdeaconry of 
Norffolch, in the king's gift, by reason of the temporalities of the bishopric 
of Norwich being in his hands by the death of John, late bishop. By K. 

Mandate in pursuance to W. bishop of Norwich. By K. 

Letters of credence for Robert de Welle, Robert de Thorp and John de 
Denum, whom the king is sending to Scotland to declare his intention 
touching certain articles concerning the truce between the king and the 
men of Scotland, and to bring back the answer of Robert de Brus 
on the same. [Fcedera.] By K. 

Licence for the alienation in mortmain by Henry le Taillour of 
Southwek (sic) to the prior and convent of Ledes of a messuage in Suth- 
werk, and for the prior and convent to regrant the same to him for his life. 

By p.s. 

Mandate to John Darci, justiciary of Ireland, to restore the temporalities 
of the bishopric of Annadown to Robert of the order of Friars Minors, 
sometime bishop of Clonfert, preferred to be bishop of Annadown by J. the 
pope upon the translation of James the late bishop to the church of 
Connor, the said Robert having renounced all words in the papal bull 
prejudicial to the king and acknowledged himself willing to receive the said 
temporalities of the king's livery and special grace, and having also made 
his fealty. 

Writ de intendendo directed to the tenants. 



June 22. 
Tower of 
London. 



June 28. 
Westminster. 



Grant to the bailiffs and good men of Kermerdyn of murage for three 
years. By K. 

Licence for them to have for three years in the water of their town a 
boat for the passage of those who wish to pass over there and to apply the 
profits arising from such passage to the repair of their bridge, which is 
broken down. By K. 

Writ of aid until Michaelmas for Peter Bard, master of the king's ship 

called la cogge Johan, whom the king is sending to divers parts to further 

business enjoined on him, in selecting 120 men for the manning of the 

ship. . By K. on the information of William de Colby. 

The like for the following : — 

Richard Fille, master of the king's ship 

called la Despensere, for 100 men. 
Ralph Rosekyn, master of the king's ship 

called la James, for 60 men. 
John Pyk, master of the king's ship called 

la JUome, for 40 men. 
Andrew Rosekyn, master of the king's galley 
called la Marie, for 70 men. / 



y 



By K. on the 
information. 



like 



19 EDWARD II.— Part 2. 



279 



1326. 



June 25. 
Tower of 
London. 



Feb. 19. 

Barnwell. 



June 30. 

Westminster. 



June 30. 
Westminster 



June 30. 

Westminster. 



June 28. 
Westminster. 

July 2. 
Westminster. 

July 8. 
Sheen. 



July 1. 
Westminster. 



Membrane 3 — cont. 

John Dyn, master of the king's ship called la Nicholas, for 120 men. 
Peter Bernard de Pynzol, master of a ship called la Sebit Kdtrard, for 

100 men. 
Bernard Prioret, master of a ship called la Alianore, for 80 men. 
Badin de Fourne, master of the galley called Seint Edn'anl, for 132 

men. 
Robert Bataill, lord of a ship called la Cxodoyere of Wynchelse, for 80 

men. 

Grant to Master Robert de Baldok, the younger, king's clerk, of the 
treasurership in the church of St. Peter, York, in the king's gift by reason 
of the voidance of the archbishopric in the time of Edward I. By K. 

Mandate in pursuance to W. archbishop of York. 

Whereas Robert Wiles lately acquired in fee from Peter de Malo Lacu a 
messuage and 37 acres of land in Westyngby, held in chief of Edward I ; 
and John Wiles acquired in fee tail from the same Peter a messuage, 4 tofts, 
1 bovates and 16 acres of land, in Eggeton, held in chief of the present 
king, with remainder to Peter Wiles and his heirs ; and whereas the said 
Peter Wiles afterwards acquired from the said Robert, the messuage and 
land in Westingby, and after the death of the said John without heirs of 
his body entered into the messuage and land in Eggeton, without licence 
obtained from the late or present king for these : the latter for a fine made 
by Peter Wiles has pardoned the trespasses in the premises and granted 
licence for him to retain the messuages, tofts and lands aforesaid. 

By fine of 20s. 

Licence for Robert de Bures and James de Bures to enfeoff Andrew son 
of Robert de Bures of the manor of Nether Attilton and of the advowson 
of a moiety of the church of Wikhambrok, co. Suffolk, held in chief as of 
the honor of Montgomery, and for him to regrant the same to them for 
their lives, with reversion to the said Andrew and his heirs. 

Pardon to the abbot and convent of Leyston of 4 marks required of 
them by summons of the Exchequer for the aid granted by the commonalty 
of the realm to Edward I for the marriage of his daughter. By K. 

Protection for one year for the master and mariners of a ship of Roger 
atte Hurne, king's merchant, called la Xicholas, and his servants whom he 
is sending in that ship to divers parts to trade. By K. 

The like for Thomas^ de Bynedon of Southampton with his ship called 
la (jrracedieu. By K. 

The like for Roger atte Hurne with his ship called la Cor/ge of All Saints. 

Writ of aid until Michaelmas for Adam Cogger, master of the king's 
ship called la Petre, whom he is sending to divers parts on his affairs, in 
selecting 30 men for manning the same. By p.s. 

Grant to the prior and convent of Christ Church, Canterbury, who at the 
king's request have granted to Peter Bernard, king's yeoman, one of the 
ushers of the chamber, the 20 marks yearly which Gawein le Corder at his 
request had for life of their gift and which came to the king's hands by the 
forfeiture of the said Gawein, because he was and is an adherent of the 
enemies and rebels against the king, that their letters to the said Gawein of 
the said 20 marks shall be of no force and effect. By K, 



280 



CALENDAR OF PATENT ROLLS. 



1326. 

July 1. 
Bytleet. 



July 6. 

Byfleet. 

June 27. 

Westminster. 



July 1. 
Westminster. 



Membrane 3 — coiit. 

Presentation of Master Robert de Wygornia to the chapel of St. Julian, 

Theford, in the diocese of Norwich, in the king's gift by reason of his 
custody of the land and heir of Ralph de Cobham, tenant in chief. 

Protection with clause noliunus, for one year, for John de Pedelowe, 
citizen of London. 

Hugh, prior of Little Malvern, staying in England, has letters nominating 
AndreAV de Wigornia and John de Dymmok as his attorneys in Ireland for 
two years. 

Crrant to x\rnold le Poer of Ireland that he shall have out of the first 
wardships and marriages that fall in in Ireland, the wardship of an heir of 
the value of 100/. a year, with the marriage of such heir, and if a custody 
of less value fall in, and he is willing to accept the same, it shall be 
delivered to him in lieu of such wardship of 1001. By K. 



MEMBRANE 2. 



June 20. 
Tower of 
London. 



June 13. 

Bo ugh ton 

imcler Blean. 



May 8. 
Miirlbo rough. 



June 18. 
Tower of 
London. 



June 18. 
Tower of 
London. 



June 25. 
Tower of 
London. 



Pardon to Ralph Skot for the death of John Colyn, as it appears by the 
record of John de Ifeld, William de Northo and William de W^estone, 
justices appointed to deliver the king's gaol of Guldeford that he killed him 
in self-defence ; on condition that he stand his trial if anyone will proceed 
against him. 

Grant for life to Walter de Bello Campo, for his stay with the king in 
time of peace or Avar according to the form of an indenture, one part 
Avhereof remains in the Wardrobe, of the manors of Chelreie, co. Berks, 
and Sopworth, co. Wilts, which have come into the king's hands by the 
forfeiture of John Mautravers son of John Mautravers, a rebel. By p.s. 

Exemption for life of William de Sancto Omero from being made sherifi", 
coroner, verderer, forester or other minister of the king, and from being put 
on assizes, juries or recognitions. By p.s. 

Licence for John de Sudley to enfeoff Ralph de Dercet of the manor of 
Sudley, held in chief, and for the latter to regrant the same to the said 
John for life, with remainders to John son of Bartholomew de Sudley and 
Eleanor de Scales and the heirs of their bodies, and to the right heirs of 
the said John de Sudley. By fine of 40 marks. Gloucester. 

Licence for the said John to grant to the said John son of Bartholomew 
and Eleanor and the heirs of their bodies the manor of la Grene(s/<"), held 
in chief, with reversion to him and his heirs. 

By fine contained in the other charter. 

Licence for the alienation in mortmain by Henry Mauntel to the warden 
of the chapel of St. Mary, Hampslape, of t!ie remainder of a messuage and 
14 acres of land in Rode and Asshen, expectant on the demise of John 
Wyndhouth and Thomas le Machen, in aid of the maintenance of a chaplain 
to celebrate divine service daily in the said chapel for the souls of the 
ancestors and successors of the said Henry and of the faithful departed. 

By fine of 2 marks. Northampon. 

Writ of aid, until Christmas, for William de Leghton, servant of Master 
Robert de Baldok, archdeacon of Middlesex, the chancellor, whom he is 
sending to divers parts of the realm to make purveyances for the office of 
the poultry of the household of the chancellor and the clerks of the chancery. 



19 EDWARD II.— Part 2. 



281 



1326. 

June 28. 
Westminster. 

June 27. 

Westminster. 

June 28. 
Westminster. 



June 21. 
Tower of 
London. 

June 28. 
Westminster. 

June 18. 
Tower of 
London. 

June 28. 
Westminster. 



June 2. 

Westminster. 



July 1. 
Westminster. 



June 30. 
Westminster. 

June 30. 
Westminster. 



Membrane 2 — eo7it. 

William son of Thomas de la lioche, staying in Wales, has letters 
nominating Philip del Chastel, and Walter Curteys, clerk, as his attorneys 
in Ireland for two years. 

Protection with clause rogaiitus, for one year, for the master and brethren 
of the hospital of St. Antoine dwelling in England. 

Pardon to Adam IJochecollok of any outlawries in the counties of 
Northampton, I^edford and Buckingham for non-appearance before the king 
to answer touching divers pleas of trespass of John de Crumbwell, on 
condition that he surrender to the prison of the Marshalsea and stand his 
trial if the said John will proceed against him. 

Licence for John de Dodyngton, 'palmere,' and Juliana his wife to 
enfeoff John de Harleston alias Herlaston of Westminster, of a messuage 
in the town of Westminster, held in chief. By line of .i mark. 

Robert de Cawod, clerk, going to Gascony with Master John de Hildesle, 
king's clerk, on the king's service, has letters nominating Hugh de Bardelby 
and William de Wellum as his attorneys for one year. 

Protection with clause volunuis, for one year, for Thomas de Saundby, 
going to stay in Ireland on the king's service with John de Arcy, justiciary 
of Ireland. 

Grant in mortmain to the prior and convent of Ledes of the advowson 
of the church of Ealderomene, an escheat by the forfeiture of Bartholomew 
de Badelesmere, a rebel, to hold as of the value of 28 marks, in furtherance 
of the grant to them by Edward I of that amount out of the issues of the 
manor of Ledes until they should be provided with land and rent or 
ecclesiastical benefice of that value, for the maintenance of four canons of 
the priory with a clerk as server, celebrating divine service daily in the 
chapel of the castle of Ledes, for the soul of Eleanor wife of the said king, 
for the maintenance of the said canons and clerk and of a canon besides to 
celebrate divine service in the priory for the soul of Peter de Gavaston, 
sometime earl of Cornwall. Licence also for the prior and convent to 
appropriate the said church. By K. 

Presentation of Thomas Beauver, vicar of the church of Banstede, in the 
diocese of Winchester, to the church of Stretehale, in the diocese of 
London, in the king's gift by reason of the land and heir of Payn Tibetoft, 
tenant in chief, being in his hands, on an exchange of benefices with 
William de Sterteford. 

Pardon to Edmund earl of Arundel, king's kinsman, of 1,000 marks out 
of the 2,000 marks wherein he is bound to the king by recognisance in the 
chancery for the marriage of John de Bohun. By p.s. 

Thomas le Latimer, staying in England, has letters nominating Joiin de 
Weylaund as his attorney in Ireland for two years. 

Pardon to Reginald atte Dane of his outlawry in the county of South- 
ampton for non-appearance before William de Cleydon and Hugh de 
Hampslape, justices of oyer and terminer, touching a trespass by him 
against the abbot of Beaulieu to answer for the said trespass ; on condition 
that he surrender forthwith to prison in that county and stand his trial if 
the abbot will proceed against him. 



The like to the following : — 
Adam Brian of Oure. 
Robert Daneman. 
William Turpel of Stone. 
Walter Turpel of Stone. 



William Pynnok of Stone. 
Robert Alger. 
Roger Brian of Oure. 
Richard Whyting of Stone. 



282 



CALENDAR OF PATENT ROLLS. 



io9/> Memh'ane 2 — cont. 

July 1. Licence for the alienation in mortmain by Richard de Lekford to the 

Westminster, abbess and convent of Shaftesbury of two messuages in Shaftesbury, for 
the maintenance of a chaplain to celebrate divine service daily in the 
conventual church of Shaftesbury for the souls of the king, his ancestors 
and heirs, and of the abbess and her predecessors and successors, and 
the faithful departed. By fine of 20s. 

July 2. John de Wellesleye, going to L'eland, has letters nominating Walter de 

Westminster. Lench and William Casse as his attorneys for two years. 

Thomas de Carru, staying in England, has the like nominating David de 
Carru and William Curteys in Ireland for two years. 

Richard de Barry the elder, staying in England, has the like nominating 
David de Carru and William de Rungecote in Ireland for two years. 



July 1. 
Westminster. 



July 3. 
Sheen. 



July 3. 
Westminster. 



July 2. 

Westminster. 



July 1. 

Westminster. 



July 8. 
Henley. 



MEMBRANE 1. 

Grant to Arnald le Poer of Ireland of the custody during the minority of 
the heirs of the first lands that fall in to the value of 1001. a year, with the 
marriages. By K. 

Vacated because otherwise above. 

Pardon at the request of Arnald le Pouer of Ireland, to Richard son of 
John le fitz Lucas of Ireland, for the death of Robert Grauntpe of Dublin, 
and of any consequent outlawry, on condition that he stand his trial if 
anyone will proceed against him for the death. By K. 

Appointment during pleasure of Badin de Fourne and Thomas de la 
Haye, king's Serjeants, as keepers of the mouth of the Thames, to pursue and 
arrest malefactors infesting the same with ships and boats and plundering 
merchants coming by that water to London, and to keep scrutiny of persons 
landing or leaving the shore. 

Writ of aid for Master John de Hildesle, king's clerk, whom the king is 
sending to the duchy on his a£fairs, in taking such ships as he thinks fit for 
his expedition and in selecting mariners for the equipment thereof. 

Pardon to Thomas de Wheston of his outlawry in the county of Derby 
for non-appearance before the king to answer a charge of driving away II 
horses and 16 oxen of divers men of the town of Kirkelangeley, co. Derby, 
at that place ; on condition that he surrender to the prison of the 
Marsh alsea before the king and stand his trial if the king will proceed 
against him. 

o 

The like to Nicholas Trymenel. 

Licence for the alienation in mortmain by John de Chokenhull to the 
archpriest and chaplains of the house of Holy Trinity, Burton, in the Isle 
of Wight, of 18^ acres of land in Wyppyngham, to find two wax candles 
burning daily at the great altar in the church of Holy Trinity, Burton, at 
the elevation of the host. By fine of 1 mark. 

Protection with clause volinnus, for one year, for Adam de Herewynton, 
staying in Ireland on the king's service. By K. 

The same Adam has letters nominating Richard de Bikerton and Robert 
de la Felde as his attorneys in England for one year. By K. 



19 EDWARD II.— Part 2. 



283 



1326. 

July 6. 
Bylleet. 

June 10. 
Sturrj. 



yiemhrane 1 — cant. 

Safe-conduct for one month for William de Hertyng, Thomas de 
Barneby and William de Braunfeld, king's Serjeants, whom the king is 
sending with certain goods to the castle of Porcestre. By K. 

Pardon to William de Tottebury for the death of Richard de Doncastre 
in the ward of Kandelwykestrete, London, as it appears by the record of 
John de Bousser and his fellows, justices appointed to deliver the gaol of 
Neugate, that he killed him in self-defence. By p.s. 



Feb. 11. 

Exnin^j. 



Feb. 16. 
Barnwell, 



Feb. 18. 
Barnwell. 



March 6. 
Leicester. 



MEMBRANE 22d. 

Commission to Giles de Wathesham, Peter Buzun and Ralph de Booking 
to find by inquisitions in the counties of Norfolk and Suffolk the names 
of those who make confederacies and commit homicides and other acts of 
violence. [Pari. Writs.] By K. 

Commission of oyer and terminer to Thomas de Scalariis, Simon de 
Brunne and Robert de Gransete, on complaint by Roger son of Richard le 
Pere of Great Wylburgham that John Engayne of Stowe, Richard de 
Morton, William Gedyng of Little Wilburgham, Roger le Macy of Coulyng, 
and others, assaulted him at Cantebrigg. By K. 

The like to John de Bousser, Robert de Bures and James de Bures, on 
complaint by Stephen, bishop of London, and the dean and chapter of the 
church of St. Paul, London, that whereas Henry, the king's progenitor, by 
charter granted to St. Paul and the bishop of London all great fish 
[crassum pisceiii) taken on their whole land, except the tongue, which he 
reserved for himself, and they have always been accustomed to have 
the same, Geofirey de Burnham, William de Atherby, Nicholas le 
Affete, Thomas 'Nicolesreve of Thaleworth' of Little Helond {sic), Thomas 
le Heiward of Kirkeby, Robert de Mistelegh, Ralph Crippes of Frynton, 
Nicholas Pelegrym, Constantine atte Thorne, Stephen le Aft'ete, John de 
Kirketon of Tendryng, Adam Payne of Arewell, Richard Love of Harwich, 
Alexander de Mose, Richard Amys, John Bene, John le Coupere, Thomas 
Whiteman of Beaumond, Richard son of Robert atte Crouch of Beaumond, 
Elias le Parker of Tendryng, Alexander Brounman, Roger atte Hide of 
Harwich, John, vicar of the church of Great Holand, Reginald Martin 
of St. Osyth, John de Wylughby of St. Osyth, William le Chapman of 
St. Osyth, Walter le Affete of Kirkeby, William le Fevre of Kirkeby, 
William Filer of Kirkeby, John Stouyn, 'taillour,' Robert atte Gate of 
Thorp, Saer le Taillour of Waltham, with others, carried away a great fish 
called ' cete ' found in their manor of Walton, co. Essex. [Pad. 
Writs.] By K. 

Commission to John Mauduyt and Robert Selyman to inquire in the 
county of Wilts touching adherents of rebels, persons who have sent 
victuals, armour and other necessaries to them and have given counsel and 
aid to them. By K. 

The like to Roger de Chaundos, John Inge and John Danyel in the 
county of Hereford touching adherents of Roger de Mortuo Mari and of 
other rebels who are in parts beyond the seas. By K. 



MEMBRANE 21d. 

Feb. 28. Commission of oyer and terminer to Henry de Lancastre, earl of 

Leicester. Leycestre, Thomas le Blount, John de Stonore and John de Denum, 

touching the persons indicted of the death of Roger Beler, killed in going 



28i 



CALENDAR OF PATENT ROLLS. 



1326. 



March 1 
Leicester. 



Feb. 28. 

Leicester. 



March 1. 

Leicester. 

March 3. 

Leicester. 



March 5. 
Leicester. 



March 4. 
Leicester. 



March 5. 
Leicester. 



Membrane 21d — cont. 

from Kirkeby to Leycestre, by an inquisition lately made by John Hamelyn 
and Henry de Ferers pursuant to the king's commission ; which indictments 
the king sends to them under the half seal. [I'aii. ]Vnts.] By K. 

Appointment of Douenald de Mar to follow and arrest Ralph son of 
Roger la Zousch of Lubesthorp, Eustace de Folevyll, Robert de Folevyll his 
brother, Walter his brother, Adam de Barleye, William de Barkeston of 
Bitham, Robert son of Simon Hauberk of Scaldeford, Roger la Zousch, 
son of Roger la Zousch, lord of Lubesthorp, knight, Ivo son of William la 
Zousch of Haringworth, knight, Robert de Helewell, knight, and Richard 
de Folevyll, parson of the church of Ty, indicted of the death of Roger 
Beler in the county of Leicester, and to bring them at the king's charges 
before the said commissioners. By K. 

The like of Edmund de Assheby. By K. 

The like of Oliver Waleys. By K. 

The like to the following : — 

Richard de Whatton 
John de Hakelut 
Richard de Perers 
Richard Damory 
John Hamelyn 

William de Parys, with the words * at the king's charges.' By K. 

without the said words. 



without the words 
king's charges.' 



at the 



Henry de Faucomberge 
Walter Waldeshef 



I 



Commission of oyer and terminer to Geoffrey le Scrop, Walter de 
Norwyco, William de Herle and John de Stonore, in the county of 
Leicester, touching persons who make confederacies and commit homicides 
and other acts of violence. By K. 

The like to the said Geoffrey and John and John de Denum, in the 
county of Stafford. [Pari. Writs.] By K. 

Commission of oyer and terminer to Edmund de Passele, John de 
Bousser, Humphrey de Waleden and Hamo de Chiggewell, touching the 
persons w^ho by night broke the chapel of W. archbishop of York, at 
Westminster, in co. Middlesex, and carried away his goods to the value of 
1,000Z. By K. 

The like to the same, on complaint by the said . William, archbishop of 
York. ByK. 

The like to William de Herle, and John de Denum, on complaint by 
Edmund de Dacre that William de Querneby, John Broun, John Drink- 
hale, Edmund his brother, John le Forester, Adam Squier, and others,- 
broke his park at Tatham, co. Lancaster, hunted therein and carried away 
deer, and assaulted AVilliam Whiteheved, his servant. By K. 

Association of John Claver, in the room of Adam de Brom, otherwise 
engaged on the king's affairs, with John de Bousser, in a commission of 
oyer and terminer, lately directed to the said Adam and John, touching 
extortions of commissioners of array in the county of Suffolk. 

[Pari. Writs.] 

Commission of oyer and terminer to Walter de Friskeneye, Robert de 
Malberthorp, Lambert de Trikingham and John de Stikeneye, on complaint 
by Roger son of John Lestraunge of Erkalou that Robert Bateman, 



19 EDWARD II.— Part 2. 



285 



1326. 



March 6. 

Leicester. 



Membrane 21(/ — cant. 

William Bateman of Wynterton, Walter Bateman, Michael Bateman, John 
Bateman, Thomas Bateman, and William de Waterton, 'baylif,' and others, 
assaulted him at Burtonstathe, co. Lincoln. By K. 

Commission to Simon de Lunderthorp, John de Stykeney and John dc 
Bolyngbrok, to deliver the gaol of the castle of Lincoln of Thomas son of 
Alan de Claxby of Bolyngbrok, detained there for felonies and larcenies. 



Feb. 28. 
Leicester. 



MEMBRANE 19(1. 

Mandate to Thomas de Wake, William de Thweng and Ralph de Buhner, 
lately appointed (pt. 1, m. 29^/) as commissioners of the peace* in the 
county of York, to be more active in dispersing unlawful assemblies and 
arresting malefactors, the king being astonished to hear that these evils 
are now more frequent than before their appointment, which may be 
set down to their negligence and connivance ; they are also to certify the 
king of the names of those who maintain such malefactors after their 
crimes as well as of the names of persons arrested, and for the better 
performance of their duty they are to have power to punish all contumacious 
persons by grievous amercements, so that they send estreats of such 
amercements to the exchequer. By C. 

The like to the following commissioners in the following counties : — 

William de Kyme 

Robert Darcy 

John le fiz Norman Darcy 

Dominic de Bukton 



Robert de Kendale 
Walter de Huntyngfeld 
Stephen de Cobeham 

Maurice le Brun 
John de Scures 

John de Insula de Wyght 
John de la Huse 

Robert le Fiz Payn 
John de Clyvedon 

John de Dynham 
Henry de la Pomerye 

Simon Ward 
John de Nevill 

Richard de Chaumbernon 
Reginald Botreaux 

Thomas de Veer 
Robert le Fiz Wautere 

Thomas Bardolf 
Robert Banyard 
Constantine de Mortimere 

John de Haryngton 
Richard de Hoghton 



Lincoln. 



Kent. 



Southampton. 



Isle of Wyght. 



Somerset and Dorset. 



[ Devon. 



West Riding and North 
Riding, co. York. 

Cornwall. 
Essex. 



Norfolk and Suffolk. 



Lancaster. 



286 



CALENDAR OF PATENT ROLLS. 



1326 



Membrane 19d — co7it. 



March 25. 
Kenilworth. 



April 6. 
Kenilworth. 



April 5. 
Kenilworth. 

June 28. 
Westminster. 



March 18. 
Lichfield. 



Robert tie Pirpount 
John de Morteyn 

Richard de Pereres 
Hugh le Fiz Simound 

Ralph de Camoys 
Roger de Bavent 

John de Morteyn 
Ralph Basset of Weldon 
Thomas Wake 

John de Pabenham 
John Morice 
Ralph Fiz Richard 

Philip de Aylesbury 
Ralph de Wedon 
John de la Haye 

John de Enefeld 
Richard Poinz 
Hugh Bucy 
John de Barnevill 

Hugh de Meynill 
Walter de Waldeshef 

Roger de Nowers 
Richard de Abberbury 
John de Whitefeld 

John de ^lounteney 
Thomas de Novo Mercato 
John del Ker 

Robert de Knyghtley 
John de Hyncley 



1 

[• Nottingham. 



Hertford. 



Surrey and Sussex. 



I- Northampton and Rutland. 



Bedford. 



Buckingham. 



- Middlesex. 



Derby. 



Oxford. 



Nottingham. 



Stafford. 



Buckingham. 



March 18. 
Lichfield, 



Ralph de Wedon 
John de la Penne 
Andrew de Sancto Lucio 

[Pari, Writs.] 

Appointment of Ralph Basset, constable of Dover Castle and warden of 
the Cinque Ports, to inquire touching persons entering or leaving the realm 
with letters against the proclamation, and to arrest them, as the king is 
astonished to hear that many enemies and rebels continue to do so and are 
not arrested ; and he is to supervise the scrutiny in these ports. By K. 

[luedera, quoted in error as Close lioll.] 

Appointment of John de Denum to arrest Ralph son of Roger la Zousche 
of Lubesthorp, Eustace de Folevill, Robert de Folevill his brother, Walter 
his brother, Adam de Barleye, William de Barkeston, Robert son of Simon 
Hauberk of Scaldford, Roger la Zousche son of Roger la Zousche, lord of 
Lubesthorp, Ivo son of William la Zousche of Haryngworth, knight, Robert 
de Helewell, knight, Richard de Folevill, parson of the church of Ty, John 
de Stafford and William his brother, indicted of the death of Roger Beler 
in the county of Leicester. By K. 

The like of the following : — 

Henry de Bisshebury. 

John le Forester, 



II 



19 EDWARD II.— Part 2. 



287 



1326. 

March 12. 
Merevale. 



March 12. 
Merevale. 



March 23. 
Kenilworth. 



MEMBRANE 18^/. 

Commission of oyer and terminer to Thomas le Blount, Philip de 
Somervill and Roger Hillary touching the persons who with John de 
Moubray and Roger de Clyflbrd, rebels and traitors, and others, came with 
banners unfurled to Burton on Trent, co. Stafford, and prevented the king's 
men and servants from passing through that town, killed some of them 
and committed other crimes in that town. [Pari. Writs.'] By K. 

The like to Henry le Scrop, Simon Ward, Roger de Somervill and Adam 
de Hoperton touching the persons who with the said John and Roger 
besieged the castle of Tykehill, co. York, killed the king's servants there, 
plundered the men of the town and committed other crimes. [Pari. Writs.'] 

By K. 

Commission to Richard de Emeldon and Robert de Tughale to deliver 
the gaol of the castle of Newcastle on Tyne of Walter de Salesbury of 
Alnewyk, detained in that gaol for the death of Walter son of James le 
Mouner of Houwyk. 

Commission to Roger de Nowers, Richard de Abberbury and John de 
Whitefeld to keep the peace in the county of Oxford. \^Farl. Writs.'] 



March 23. 

Kenilworth. 



March 26. 

Kenilworth. 

March 27. 
Kenilworth . 



MEMBRANE 17d. 

Commission of oyer and terminer to John de Heselarton, John de 
Thwayt, Robert de Scordeburgh and Thomas de Burton on complaint by 
John Despaygne of Cotingham, that Robert de Stotevill of Cotyngham the 
elder and Margaret his wife, Geoffrey de Stotevill, John de Stotevill, parson 
of the church of Houwell, Robert de Stotevill the younger, Nicholas de 
Stotevill and others assaulted him at Cotyngham, co. York, drove away a 
horse of the price of 100s. and carried away other goods. By K. 

The like to the same on complaint by Nicholas de Cotyngham. By K. 

Appointment of Berduk de Til, king's serjeant at arms, to lead Henry de 
Bisshebury to the king wherever he may be. By K. 



MEMBRANE I6d. 

March 26. Commission of oyer and terminer to John de Cantebrigge, John Bevere, 
Kenilworth. Robert de Asshele and Geoffrey de la Lee, on complaint by Master Richard 
de Baldok, king's clerk, that while he was under the king's special protec- 
tion, Thomas de Wykham, vicar of the church of Hakeneye, John de 
Bannebury, John Tuwe the elder, John Tuwe the younger, Ralph de 
Watford, and others, carried away his goods at Hakeneye, co. Middlesex. 

By K. 

March 24. The like to the same on complaint by Roger de Stevenach that the above 

Kenilworth. persons and Raymond Pelleryn assaulted him there and carried away his 

goods. By K. 

The like on complaint by William de Therfeld. By K. 

The like on complaint by Richard de Newemarket. By K. 

The like on complaint by Henry de Bokeland. By K. 

March 27. The like to John de Stonore, William de Claydon and Elias de Godele 

Kenilworth. touching the persons who killed William Crol, John Crol and John [le 

Daneman] at Ekesbiri in the New Forest, co. Southampton. By K. 



288 



CALENDAR OF PATENT ROLLS. 



1326. 
March 26. 
Kenilworth. 



June 80. 

Westminster. 

March 29. 

Kenilworth. 



Membrane IQd — co7it. 

Commission of the peace pursuant to the statute of Winchester to John 
de Mounteny, Thomas de Novo Mercato and John del Ker in the counties 
of Nottingham and Derby. By K. 

The like to Philip de Somervill and Philip de Baryngton in the county 
of Stafford, [rarl. IlV/ts-.] 

Commission of oyer and terminer to John de Stonore, William de 
Claidon and Elias de Godele touching an appeal of Margery late the wife 
of John Crul against brothers Robert Gode, John de Oxenford, Robert de 
Stokes, Roger de Harnhull, John de Shulton, Richard de Lotegarshale, 
fellow monks of Peter, abbot of Beaulieu, Richard de Poletria, lay brother 
of that abbot, John de Farendon, clerk, John ' le Abbodescok,' William de 
Botele, William de Okford, William Bacon, Robert Ladde, Arnold le 
Moundelard, Simon ' le Abbodesferour,' William Ponteyse and the said 
abbot, in the county of Southampton, of the death of her husband. By K. 

The like to the same, on an appeal of Richard le Daneman against the 
same persons of the death of John le Daneman, his brother. By K. 



March 30. 
Kenil worth. 



MEMBRANE 15(1. 

Commission of oyer and terminer to Robert de Perpount, Richard de 
Whatton and Richard de Wylughby, on complaint by Master John de 
Notingham, king's clerk, parson of the church of Elkesley, that Hugh 
Gernoun, clerk, John de Scardeburgh, parson of the church of Grove, 
William Yeysyn, and others, came to the manse of his parsonage at 
Elkesley, co. Nottingham, broke his houses and the doors and windows of 
his houses there, carried away his goods and beat his servants. By K. 



MEMBRANE Ud. 

April 14. Appointment of Richard Knyvet to follow and arrest Ralph son of Roger 

Kenilworth. 1^ Zousch of Lubesthorp, Eustace de Folevill, Robert de Folevill, his 
brother, Walter his brother, Adam de Barley, William de Barkeston of 
Bitham, Robert son of Simon Hauberk of Scaldford, Roger la Zousch, son 
of Roger la Zousch lord of Lubesthorp, Ivo son of William la Zousch of 
Haryngworth, knight, Robert de Helewell, knight, and Richard de Fole- 
vill, parson of the church of Ty, indicted of the death of Roger Beler in the 
county of Leicester, and to bring them before Henry de Lancastre, earl of 
Leicester, and his fellows, justices of oyer and terminer touching the said 
felony. By K. 

The like of the following : — 
John de Sancto Marco. 
Richard de London. 

April 11. Commission of oyer and terminer to Simon Ward, Thomas Deyvill and 

Kenilworth. Adam de Hoperton, on complaint by Peter de Nauntol that Richard 

Torkard of Shefeld, Nicholas de Hewyk, Simon ' Ricardesman Tokard,' 

Hugh Ivessone, and others, entered his house at Ripon, co. York, assaulted 

him, carried away his goods, and beat his servants. 

Renewed by the chancellor becausic sealed at another time by fine of 20s. 

April 20. The like to Edmund de Passeleye, John de Ifeld, Roger de Bavente and 

Kenilworth. Robert de Estden, on complaint by Edmund, earl of Arundel, that John 

Wyn, John le Taverner, William de Bosegrave, John Hardyng, William 

Broun, and others, carried away his goods at Cicestre, co. Sussex, and 

assaulted his men. By K. 



19 EDWARD II.— Part 2. 



289 



1326. 

April 17. 

Kenil worth. 



April 21. 
Keailworth. 



April 22. 

Kenilworth. 



April 23. 
Kenilworth, 



MEMBRANE 13d. 

Commission to Philip de Colombier, Hugh de Langgeland and John de 
Chidiok to enquire in the counties of Somerset and Dorset touching 
adherents of the king's enemies and rebels beyond seas, who send to the 
latter the secrets of the realm of the people, and to pursue and arrest them 
and certify the king of their names. By K. 

The like to Henry le Scrop, William de Herle and John de Denum, on 
complaint by W. archbishop of York, that whereas Athelstan, king of 
England, the king's progenitor, by charter granted to the then arch- 
bishop of York all liberties in the water of Hull which heart could 
think or eye could see, and whereas Henry III granted to Walter 
Giffard, then archbishop, the port of Hull and his prises there, as well 
of wines as of other merchandise coming there, as Walter de Grey 
and others his predecessors held the same, by virtue of which 
grants the archbishop took such prises there in the same manner 
as the king had the same elsewhere in the realm, until Matthew 
Columbers, late butler of Edward I, prevented the then archbishop, and 
whereas the now archbishop and William de Grenefeld, his predecessor, 
and other predecessors from the time of the said Matthew have been 
prevented by the king's butlers from having the same, to find by jury of 
the county of York the truth of this, and what is the value of the profits of 
the said prises, and of whom the said port is held and by what service and 
its value. By K. 

Commission of oyer and terminer to William de Denum, Richard de 
Emeldon, Robert de Tughale and Thomas de Reynton, on complaint by 
the prior of Tynemuth that Walter "de Seleby, Stephen de Cambhous, 
Thomas de Middelton, Robert son of Robert Gray, knight, John de 
Oseworth, Alan de Norton, Marmaduke Basset, Thomas Auffrays, Henry 
de Swethop, John de Bolton, William de Swethop, Hugh de Wales, John 
atte Spense, Robert Gower, Thomas de Thornyburn, Thomas Manfrays, 
Patrick de Thornyburn, and others, took 80 oxen and 60 cows of his at 
Tynemuth, Preston, Estchirton, Middelchirton, Bacworth and Monkseton, 
CO. Northumberland, and carried away his goods there. By p.s. 

The like to the same, on complaint by the said prior that William de 
Ellerington, Hugh de Wales, William del Nurmehous, Adam Colan, 
John Lilie, Colan Gibbessone, Robert Kide, Gilbert Belle, Elias Cole, Colan 
Davidsone, William Snowe and others felled his trees at Wilom, co. 
Northumberland, and carried away the said trees and other goods. By p.s. 



MEMBRANE 12d. 

[April 14. Commission to R. de Insula of Chippechesse, W. de Denum and R. de 

Kenilworth.] Emeldon to deliver the gaol of the castle of Newcastle on Tyne of John de 
Fandon, detained therein for the death of John de Ellerker. 

April 18. Commission of oyer and terminer to Robert Darcy, Laurence de Chaworth 

Kenilworth. and John de Crossholm the younger, touching all persons concerned in the 

death of William Haunsom of Westdrayton, co. Nottingham, killed in his 

own close at Westdrayton. By K. 

April 21. The like to Richard de Grey of Codenoure, Thomas de Novo Mercato, 

Kenilworth. Robert Russel and William de la Launde, on complaint by Edmund de 

Eyncourt that whereas John de Anesleye, by the king's writ of right 



3217 



T 



290 



CALENDAR OF PATENT ROLLS. 



1326. 



April 15. 
Kenil worth. 



April 12. 

Kenilworth. 



June 24. 
Tower of 
London. 



Membrane 12d — co7it. 

patent directed to the said Edmund, impleaded Joan late the wife of Thomas 
de Mountenye, in the said Edmund's court of Fiskerton, co. Nottingham, 
of a messuage, -4 bovates 50 acres of land, 5i acres of meadow, 15 acres of 
wood, and 15s. of rent in Bulcote and the plea had proceeded so far that 
the said Joan put herself on the king's great assize, and prayed a recogni- 
tion whether she had greater right than the said John in the premises, the 
said John and others at Fiskerton by force abstracted the said writ out of 
the hands of William de Bingham, bailiff of the said court, then holding 
the said court, after the said Joan had put herself on that assize, and 
tore it in pieces, in contempt of the king, to the damage of the said Edmund 
and to the retardation of justice. By K. 

Commission de iralliis et fossatis to Richard de Whatton, John de 
Mounteny, Simon de Sibthorp and John del Ker, touching the waters in 
the parts of the Vale of Belvoir in the wapentakes of Byngham and Newerk, 
CO. Nottingham, between the towns of Langar and Byngham coming down 
between the towns of Flyntham and Hokesworth, Hokesworth and 
Thurverton, and Thurverton and Orston and other places of the said 
vale, into the water of Dyvene and thence to the water of Trente, at the 
town of Houton which waters are impeded, so that for that cause as well 
as by reason of a water-mill and the stank of that mill on the Dyvene at 
Houton and also for want of a trench crossing the meadow of Sireston to 
the said water of Dyvene which should be made for the preservation of the 
lowdands and meadows there, the same are submerged. 

Commission of oyer and terminer to John de Bousser, Robert de Bures, 
John Dyn and James de Bures, on complaint by Stephen, bishop of London, 
and the dean and chapter of the church of St. Paul, London, that whereas 
by grant of King Henry, the king's progenitor, confirmed by the king, they 
have been accustomed to have all great fish taken in their whole land, 
except the tongue, Geoffrey de Burnham, William de Atherby, Nicholas le 
Affete, Thomas ' Nicholesreve of Thaleworth ' of Little Helond, Robert de 
Mistelegh, Ralph Crips of Frynton, Stephen le Aft'ete, John de Kirketon of 
Tendringg, Adam Payn of Arewele, Richard Love of Harwich, Alexander 
de Mose, Richard Amys, John Bene, John le Coupere, Thomas Whiteman 
of Beaumont, Richard son of Robert atte Crouche of Beaumont, Elias le 
Parker of Tendryngg, Roger atte Hide of Harwich, John, vicar of the 
church of Great Holand, Reginald Martyn of St. Osyth, John de Wileby of 
St. Osyth, William le Chapman of St. Osyth, Walter le Affete of Kirkeby, 
William Filer of Kirkeby, Richard atte Pirie, William Paries, Richard 
Perold and Geoffrey ' vicariesbrother of Waleton,' and others, carried 
away a great fish called ' cete ' found in their manor of Walton, co. Essex. 
[Cf. m. 22r/.] By K. 

The like to Edmund de Passele, Nicholas de Kiriel, Robert de Echingham 
and Simon Croyser in the county of Sussex touching persons who hold 
unlawful assemblies and commit crimes of violence. By K. 

Mandate to the mayor and bailiffs of Wynchelse, 'la Rope,' of Hastynges 
and la Ry to follow and arrest such malefactors. By K. 



I 



MEMBRANE lid. 



May 1. Commission to Robert Dachard and John de Brompton to enquire in the 

Hayles. county of Berks touching unlawful assemblies, and the preservation of the 

peace, and to arrest disturbers of the peace. By K. 



19 EDWARD II.— Part 2. 



291 



1326. 

May 12. 

Gloucester. 



MEMBRANE lOd. 



Commission de tvalliis et fossatis to John de Donecastre, William de la 
Mare, Adam de Hoperton and Thomas Deyvill, on complaint by the men 
and tenants of the parts of Thome, Fisshlak and Mirskland, co. York, and 
of the Isle of Haxiholm, co. Lincoln, touching obstruction of the river 
Done. 



May 19. Commission of oyer and terminer to William de Harden, Robert de 

Marlborough. Hungreford and John de Wynterbourn, on complaint by Robert de Lysewy 

that William Pye 'hatter,' John de Taunton, 'baker,' Richard de Stondle, 

'spicer,' William de Shaftesbury and others assaulted him at Salisbury, 

CO. Wilts. By p.s. 



May 16. 

Down 
Ampney. 



MEMBRANE Id. 

Commission of oyer and terminer to Robert de Cliderhou, John de 
Lancastre and Gilbert de Sotheworth, on complaint by the abbot of 
Whallaye that Richard de Hoghton, knight, Robert son of Adam Banastre 
of [Bank], Robert son of Richard le Reve, Henry his brother and others 
broke by night the sluices of his mill at Ravenesmeles, co. Lancaster, and 
his stank there, and broke the timber thereof to pieces. By p.s. 



June 3. 
Saltwood. 



June 18. 

Tower of 
London. 



MEMBRANE 6d, 

Association of John Loveday in the room of Master John de Pikesle, 
with Master Thomas de Luda, in a. commission of oyer and terminer 
touching the persons who broke the parks of rebels in the counties of 
Oxford, Berks, Wilts, Southampton, Somerset and Dorset, after they came 
into the king's hands by forfeiture, and entered the king's free chaces and 
warren there, hunted therein, felled trees, fished in the stanks, stews and 
several fisheries, and carried away fish, trees and other goods, deer, hares, 
rabbits, partridges and pheasants. 

Commission of oyer and terminer to William de Deen, Robert de Asshele 
and Thomas de Faversham touching the persons who assaulted Roger de 
Kyrkeby at Horton by Sutton atte Hone, co. Kent. 

By K. on the information of Geoffrey le Scrop. 

Lawrence de Chymeham has like letters of oyer and terminer touching 
the persons who assaulted him at the same place. 

By K. on the like information. 



MEMBRANE 5d. 

June 8. Commission of oyer and terminer to Hugh de Prestwolde, Thomas de 

Sturry. Radeclive and John de Wittlebury, on complaint by Ralph Basset of 
Drayton that, whereas he being in Gascony on the king's service had been 
taken under his special protection, some persons broke his parks at Drayton 
Basset, Walsale and Patyngham, co. Stafford, and Barewe, co. Leicester, 
and entered his free warrens and chaces there and at Buckeby, co. 
Northampton, Overton Market and Hameldon, co. Rutland, and Olneye, 
CO. Buckingham, hunted therein, fished in his stews, and carried away fish, 
deer, hares, rabbits and pheasants, and assaulted his servants at Tamworth, 
Pakyngton, Peleshale, Lichefeld, Wulvrenehampton, co. Stafford ; Lutter- 
worth, Dunton, Leycestre, Rakedale, Radcliffe Surwrek, Mountsorel, and 



292 CALENDAR OF PATENT ROLLS. 



1326. Memhranc 5d — rout. 

Querdon {sic), co. Leicester ; Warrewyk, Burmyngham, Coventre, Kenil- 
worth, Herberbury, Chesterton, Whitacre, CoUeshull, Moxhull, Benteleye, 
Wymencote, Tamworth, Wylmyndecote, Atherston, Mirivale and South- 
ham, CO. Warwick ; Caumpeden, co. Gloucester ; Notyngham, Briggeford, 
Colston Basset, Byngham and Hykelyng, co. Nottingham ; Okham, 
Wyssynden, Picworth, Stretton and Exton, co. Rutland ; Northampton, 
Yolvertoft, Westhaddon, and Herleston, co. Northampton ; Weston, 
Wardynton, Lavenden, Clifton, Emberton, Shyrynton and Neuport, 
CO. Buckingham ; and Woxbrigge, Northalle and Westminster, co. Mid- 
dlesex. By K. 

June 8. Commission to John de Stonore, John de Pabenham and Roger le 

Sturry. Mareschal, in the county of Bedford, appointing them to hear and 

determine indictments before the keepers of the peace of persons holding 

unlawful assemblies and committing crimes of violence, to keep the peace 

there, to make inquisitions of the names of those who are guilty of like 

trespasses a-nd to hear and determine such trespasses. By K. 

The like to the following in the counties named : — 

John de Cauntebrig 



Roger de Bavent I Surrey and Sussex. 

William de Northhoo J 

John de Stonore ) 

Henry de Pentelowe j- Berks. 

John de la Haye ) 



1 



John de Stonore 

John de Whitf eld I Oxford. 

John Loveday ) 

John de Bousser \ 

Robert Darcy [ Lincoln. 

William de la Laund ) 

John de Stonore ) 

Hugh Fitz Simond [ Hertford. 

Geoffrey de la Lee J 

John de Cantebrig \ 

Walter de Huntyngfeld [ Kent. 
William de Northo 



Hugh de Courteneye \ 

John de Bello Campo of Somersete ' Wilts, Somerset, Dorset, 

William de Weylond [ Devon and Cornwall. 

John Inge , J 
Afterwards on 2 September, the king being at Porchester, Henry le Gulden 
was associated with them. 

John de Stonore - > 

Philip de Aylesbury y Buckingham. 

Roger le Mareschal j 

John de Bousser "j 

John de Mountenye ' I Nottingham and Derby. 

Thomas de Novo Mercato j 
Afterwards on 20 Jidy, Robert de Perepount was associated with them. 



19 EDWARD II.— Part 2. 



293 



1326. 



Meiiibrane 5d — cont. 



June 8. 
Sturry. 



John de Stonore 
Thomas de Veer 
Benedict de Cokefeld 

John de Mutford 
William Moigne 
Simon de Brune 

John de Mutford 
John de Morteyn 
Ralph Basset of Weldon 

Robert Baynard 
John de Ormesby 
John Claver 
Adam de Fyncham 



• Essex. 



Cambridge and Huntingdon. 



Northampton and Rutland. 



Norfolk and Suffolk. 



[Pari. Writs.] 



MEMBRANE U. 



Commission of oyer and terminer to John de Hothum, John de Ellerker 
and Thomas Deyvill, on complaint by Henry de Percy that William de 
Bayhouse, Thomas de Bayhouse, Robert de Stokesleye, Begwyn Beleson, 
John de Wynselawe, Thomas de Wynselawe, John de Popelton, Adam de 
Popelton and others broke his park at Toppeclive, co. York, hunted therein 
and carried away deer. 



June 18. 
Tower of 
London. 



June 22. 
Tower of 
London. 

June 24. 
Hadleigh. 



ME MB BANE 3d. 

Commission of oyer and terminer to John de Ifeld, John Filiol and 
Robert de Estden, on complaint by John de Warenna, earl of Surrey, 
touching the persons who fished in his stews and several fisheries at 
Lewes, Iford, Rademeld and Pidynho, co. Sussex, and carried away fish 
and swans. By K. 

The like touching the persons who entered the earl's free warrens at 
Reygate, Estbechesworth and Dorkyng, hunted therein and carried away 
hares, rabbits, pheasants and partridges. 

The like touching the persons who broke his parks at Worth, Cokefeld 
and Dichenyng, hunted in these, in his free chace at Claris, and his free 
warren at Lewes, and carried away deer, hares, rabbits, pheasants and 
partridges. 

MEMBRANE 2d. 

Commission de ivalliis et fofisatis to John de Bello Campo of Somersete, 
John Inge and John de Clyvedon in divers places in the county of 
Somerset. 

Commission of oyer and terminer to Richard Damory, Hugh de Mignill, 
Hugh de Button and Robert de Knyghteleye, upon information that by the 
negligence of divers farmers and bailiffs of Macclesfeld and Overton, in the 
counties of Chester and Flyntshire, the mills and gorces of those manors, 
which used to bring the king great profit, are now so ruined that the 
manors will bring in little or no profit, until he has laid out a great sum 
in repairs, and that divers purprestures have been made to his damage, and 
divers assarts assessed there without the king's licence, and that the king's 
foresters of the forests of Macclesfeld and Overton usurp divers fees, and the 
king's tenants usurp common of pasture, in the said forests. 



294 



CALENDAR OF PATENT ROLLS. 



1326. Membrane 2d — cant. 

John de Sturmy, admiral of the fleet towards the north, and Benedict de 
Cokefeld are appointed to deliver the gaol of Colecestre of John Haukenes 
of Faversham, John Knobet of Faversham, Simon Laurent of Faversham, 
William Knobet of Faversham, John Hamme of Faversham, Adam 
Gerard of Romeneye and Hervey Duyt of Baudreseie, pirates, detained in 
that gaol for divers felonies committed against Hamo Smoth of Saltcotes 
and his fellows, within the ship of the said Hamo upon the sea of Estnees 
(supra mare le Estnees). 



July 6. 
Henley. 



July 4. 
Sheen. 



MEMBRANE Id. 

Appointment of Richard Dammory to follow and arrest Adam le 
Wafrerer and all in his company. By K. 

The like to the following : — 

William Tracy. 

Roger de Chaundos. 

William de E real we. 

Richard de Hattecoumbe. 

Adam le Waferer (sic). 

Commission of oyer and terminer to John de Bousser, W^illiam de Clyf, 
John de Denum and John de Cantebrigg touching the persons who 
prevented the king's bailiff of the town of Suthwerk, co. Surrey, from 
collecting a custom on every horse load of fish brought into that town, due 
to the king of ancient time, and took and carried away the said custom. 

ByK. 



( 295 ) 



20 EDWAKD II. 



1326. 

July 8. 
Henley. 

July 8. 

Byfleet. 

July 8. 
Henley. 



July 8. 
Henley. 



July 8. 
Byfleet. 



July 15. 

Westminster. 



July 15. 

Weslminsttr. 



MEMBRANE 29. 

Protection with clause iioIhdius, for one year, for Thomas de Evesham, 
clerk. 

The like for Thomas Larcher, prior of the Hospital of St. John of 
Jerusalem in England, and Philip Denyas, his confrere. 

Commission, during pleasure, to Adam de Herewynton, king's clerk, to 
the office of chancellor of the exchequer, Dublin, with the office of chief 
baron of that exchequer. By K. 

Mandate to the treasurer and barons of that exchequer to admit him to 
the said office, and to deliver to him the seal and other things pertaining 
thereto. By K. 

Appointment of John de Grauntsete as second baron of that exchequer. 

ByK. 
Like mandate to the treasurer and barons. 

The like of Roger de Preston as second justice of the pleas following the 

justiciary of Ireland. By K. 

Mandate to Nicholas Fastolf to admit him. By K. 

Licence for the alienation in mortmain by John de Byfle and Isabel his 
wife to the abbot and convent of Lavenden of 3 messuages, 30 acres of 
land, 5 acres of meadow and 10s. of rent in Latthebury, to find a chaplain 
to celebrate divine service daily in the church of the abbey for the souls 
of the said John and Isabel, their ancestors and heirs and the faithful 
departed. By fine of 6O5. 

Grant for life to Master Robert de Baldok, king's clerk, archdeacon of 
Middlesex, of the wardenship of the hospital of St. Leonard, York. 

By p.s. 
Writ de intendendo directed to the brethren and sisters of the hospital. 
Mandate to the sheriff of York to induct him. 

Protection with clause nolumus for one year for Berard de Lebreto. 
The like for the following : — 

John de Watenhull, parson of the church of Manigton. 

The dean and chapter of St. Paul's, London. 

The prior of Worspring. 

Thomas de Thorne. 

Thomas de Baumburgh, parson of the church of Ovyngeham. 

Restitution to the prior and convent of St. Faith's, of 10 acres of marsh 
with a fishery and other appurtenances pertaining to a mill in that town, 
which they lately acquired with the king's licence from John de Claverynge, 
as it appears by inquisition made by John de Blomvill, escheator in the 
counties of Norfolk, &c. that these had always been appurtenances of the 
said mill, but by the dryness of the season at the time of the acquisition 
they were converted into meadow, and that they are not held in chief, and 
that not being specified in the king's letters of licence they were taken by 
the said escheator into the king's hands. By fine of 20s. 



296 



CALENDAR OF PATENT ROLLS. 



1326. 

July 15. 

Westminster. 



July 16. 
Westminster. 



July 16. 
Westminster. 



July 15. 

Westminster. 



July 18. 

Westminster. 



July 16. 
Westminster 



July 18. 

Westminster. 



Membrane 29 — eoiit. 

The abbot of Keynesham, staying in England, has letters nominating 
John de Hembury, his fellow canon, and Adam Gouer as his attorneys in 
Ireland for two years. 

Safe-conduct, until the Nativity of St. Mary, for Hugh de Lacy of Ireland, 
knight, with eight mounted men and their household, coming to the king 
from Scotland. By K. 

Vacated becaufte surrendered. 

The like, until St. Peter's Chains, for Gilbert de Nemore and Peter 
Arcolini, envoys of the king of France, returning home. • By K. 

Presentation of William de Legh, parson of the church of Otteham, in 
the diocese of Canterbury, to the church of Piriton, in the diocese of 
Worcester, in the king's gift by reason of his custody of the land and heir 
of Guy de Bello Campo, earl of Warwick, tenant in chief, on an exchange 
of benefices with Robert de Hemyngburgh. 

Respite until Michaelmas to Walter de Hopton of the county of Salop 

from taking the arms of a knight [nnjinislied.] 

Vacated. 

Licence for the alienation in mortmain to the abbot and convent of St. 
Mary's, York, by Guy son of Michael de Knapton of a toft and 30 acres of 
land in Appelton by Acastre, by John Rabot of a messuage and a bovate 
of land in Ethelingthorp, by Robert Chaunceller of 6 acres of land there, 
by Gervase de Rouclif of a messuage in Bouthum, by Thomas le Skinner 
of Fulford of an acre of land in Fulford, and by William son of Isabel de 
Gerford of a toft and 5 acres of land in Gerford, which are of the fee of the 
abbot and convent, and of the value of 22.s. 8c/. a year, as appears by inquisi- 
tion made by Simon de Grymesby, escheator in the counties of York, &c., 
in part satisfaction of land and rent to the yearly value of 185/. 10s. 10(/., 
residue of 200/. a year which they had the licence of Edward I to acquire 
in his Parliament at Lincoln, whereof they had acquired 14/. 10s. %l. of 
land before 12 March in the second year of the present king. 

Respite until Michaelmas to Ralph Bloiou, from taking the arms of a 
knight. 

The like to William Basset. 

Pardon to William Bety of Otteford of his outlawry in the county of 
Kent, for non-appearance before the king to answer touching a plea of 
trespass of Alice daughter of William atte Spitel, chaplain ; on condition 
that he surrender forthwith to the Marshalsea prison of the King's Bench, 
and stand his trial if she will proceed against him. 

Whereas the king of France is moving war against the king, by receiving 
the king's wife in his realm, detaining Edward, the king's eldest son, 
cherishing the king's enemies and rebels, and riding upon the duchy with 
great armies, whereby the king has commanded that no merchants or 
others of the power of the king of France should enter the realm, except 
men of Flanders and Bretons ; the king, wishing that others shall not 
suffer arrest by colour of this, but shall come and go freely, has explained 
his intentions to Ralph Basset of Drayton, constable of the castle of Dover 
and warden of the Cinque Ports, by word of mouth, and commands the 
admirals of the fleets towards the west to give credence to the said Ralph 
herein, and observe his instructions. By K. 

This letter was patent. 

A like letter is directed to the same under the name of Ralph de Camoys. 
[Fcedera.] 



20 EDWARD II. 



207 



1326. 

July 18. 
Westminster. 



July 21. 

Westminster. 



Aug. 21. 
Westminster, 



July 20. 

Westminster. 



Membrane 29 — cont. 

x\ppointment, during pleasure, of Hervey de Staunton as chief justice of 

the Bench with the usual fee. By K. 

Mandate to the justices of the Bench to admit him. By K. 

Whei'eas ^yilliam Pesshon lately enfeoffed John de Sandale of the manor 
of Berghby, held in chief, as of the honor of Eye, and the said John granted 
the same to the said William and Margaret his wife in fee tail, with 
remainder to the right heirs of William ; and they by virtue of that grant 
entered into the manor without obtaining the king's licence, and have 
held it down to the present : he has pardoned the trespasses herein and 
granted licence for them to retain the manor as above. 

Pardon, at the request of Edmund, earl of Arundel, to Warin de Rugge 
of his rebellion and adherence to rebels, and of any consequent outlawry. 

ByK. 

Presentation of Robert de la Lee, vicar of the church of Boreford, in the 
diocese of Lincoln, to the church of Aston Prewes, in the diocese of Salis- 
bury, in the king's gift by reason of the temporalities of the abbey of Preaux 
being in his hands ; on an exchange of benefices with John Waryn. 



July 8. 
Henley. 



July 8. 
Byfleet. 



July 10. 

Byfleet. 

July 12. 

Henley. 



July 18. 

Westminster. 

July 16. 

Westminster. 

July 18. 
Westminster, 



MEMBRANE 28. 

Pardon to John le Walsh of his outlawry in the county of Derby for non- 
appearance before the king to answer touching a plea of trespass of Maud 
late the wife of Bartholomew de Sudle; on condition that he surrender 
forthwith to the Marshalsea prison of the King's Bench and stand his trial 
if the said Maud will proceed against him. 

Licence for the alienation in mortmain by Peter de Scremby of 2 
messuages, 16 acres of land and 20s. of rent in Scremby, Askeby by 
Partenay and Burgh by Waynflet to a chaplain to celebrate divine service 
daily at the altar of St. Mary in the church of Scremby for the soul of the 
said Peter and the souls of his ancestors and all the faithful departed. 

By fine of 10 marks. Lincoln. 

Writ of aid, for one year, for brother John de Radmere, keeper of the 
king's stud, purveying hay and other necessaries for the same. By K. 

Presentation of Adam de Hotum to the church of Little Bradele, in the 
diocese of Norwich, void by the resignation of Geoffrey de Norton and in 
the king's gift by reason of the temporalities of the priory of Stjoke bemg in 
his hands. 

Respite until Michaelmas to George ds Meryet, from taking the arms of 
a knight. By K. 

Protection with clause nolumus for one year for Roger de Nowers. 

Presentation of Thomas de Menestok, parson of the church of 
Churcheokle, in the diocese of Winchester, to the church of Newenham in 
the same diocese, in the king's gift by reason of the temporalities of the 
priory of Shireburn being in his hands ; on an exchange of benefices with 
Andrew de Guldeford. 

The Uke of the same Andrew to the said church of Churcheokle. 



298 



CALENDAR OF PATENT ROLLS. 



1326. 

July 16. 

Westminsber. 



July 18. 
Westmiubter. 



July 16. 

Westminster. 



July 12. 

Windsor 

Park. 



Meinhrane 28 — cont. 

Pardon to Henry le Taillour of Wygmore whom as Geoffrey le Scrop, 
the king's justice, has certified, has been outlawed in the county of 
Worcester for non-appearance before the king to answer the king of this 
that he was an adherent of Humphrey de Bohun, earl of Hereford and 
Essex, Roger de Mortuo Mari * le neveu ' and other rebels, for such 
adherence and of the said outlawry. By p.s. 

Safe-conduct for three years for one or two canons whom the prior of 
Gyseburn is sending to Annandale in Scotland, the said prior having made 
petition to the king for permission to do this because he holds the churches 
of Annandale appropriated, but has not been able to receive the issues and 
profits thereof for a long time, because he dares not send any of his men 
there without the king's licence. By K. 

Pardon, at the request of John Darcy, justiciary of Ireland, to William 
son of William Gilibrond for his adherence to Thomas, sometime earl of 
Lancaster, and other the king's enemies and rebels, and of any conse- 
quent outlawry. By p.s. 

Grant to the prior and convent of Burton on Trent of the custody of the 
abbey during the next voidance by death or cession of the present abbot ; 
so that no escheator or other minister of the king shall intermeddle him- 
self therein, except at the beginning of the voidance the escheator, sheriff 
or some minister shall take a simple seisin in the king's name within the 
gates of the abbey and then withdraw without taking anything away by 
colour of the seisin and without making stay there beyond one day ; saving 
to the king knights' fees and advowsons of churches, escheats, wards and 
marriages of the free tenants of the abbey. By p.s. 

Protection with clause noliumis, for one year, for William de Wedergrave, 
parson of the church of Strete. 
The like for the following : — 

Master Roger Cantok, 'clerk.' 

J. bishop pf Ely. 

The master of the house of St. Mark by Bristol. 

The abbot of St. Augustine's, Canterbury. 

The dean and chapter of St. Paul's, London. 

William de Aykheved. 

John Crompilhorn. 

Whereas on 6 May, in his sixteenth year, the king granted for life to W. 
bishop of Exeter, the treasurer, all the lands late of Peter Crok, in the 
county of Gloucester, which by the forfeiture of Roger Crok, son and heir 
of the said Peter, came into the king's hands as escheats, and also all the 
lands which Isabel late the wife of the said Peter held in dower in the said 
county, and which, because she was an adherent to the rebels, were then 
in the king's hands, and the bishop with the king's licence has granted to 
Isabel the manor of Berewyk, co. Gloucester, to hold as her dower of all the 
lands late of her husband in the said county ; the king accepting the said 
grant, grants that Isabel shall hold the manor for life. If she die in the 
lifetime of the bishop, the bishop shall hold it for his life. By K. 

July 18. Grant during pleasure to Robert de Insula of the houses within Ludgate 

Westminster, in the city of London which were late of John de Britannia, earl of Rich- 
mond, and are in the king's hands for certain reasons. By K. 
Mandate to Richard de Wynneferthyng to deliver them to him. 



July 17. 

Westminster. 



July 18. 

Westminster. 



20 EDWARD II. 



299 



1326. 

July 18. 

Weiitminster. 



July 19. 

Westmiiibtcr. 



July 18. 

Westminster. 



July 20. 

Westminster. 



July 20. 
Westminster. 



Membrane 28 — cont. 

Appointment, during pleasure, of Ralph Sauvage as admiral of the king's 
fleet of ships under 30 tons from the mouth of the Thames, as well of the 
Cinque Ports as of other ports and places towards the west, with power 
to punish mariners. By K. 

Vacated because surrendered. 

Writ de intendendo directed to the masters, mariners and others of the 
said fleet. By K. 

Mandate to him to harass as much as possible the subjects of the king 
of France, except men of Flanders and Bretons. By K. 

Vacated because surrendered. 

Protection and safe-conduct for one year for John du Gardyn of Bruges 
in Flanders, coming to the realm to trade. 
The like for the following : — 

John le Scotelare of Bruges in Flanders. 

Martin de Iserin of Bruges in Flanders. 

Protection for one year for Nicholas Chaumberleyn, merchant, born of the 
power of France, domiciled in the city of Bath and paying lot and scot with 
the rest of the citizens. By C. 

Safe-conduct for one year for the king's merchants Tald[us] Valoris, 
Francis Grandone, Alexander de Bardis, James Nicholas and their fellows, 
merchants of the society of the Bardi of Florence, conversant in the realm, 
in going to divers realms. By K. 

The said merchants have twenty letters patent under the same form. 

Protection and safe-conduct for one year for Anthony Bachinus, merchant 
of Genoa, trading in the realm. 



July 20. 

Westminster. 

July 18. 

Westminster. 



July 19. 

Westminster. 



MEMBRANE 21. 

Licence for John, bisliop of Meath in Ireland, to appropriate the church 
of Clonard in Ireland, which is of his advowson. By K. 

Licence for the alienation in mortmain by Edmund de Passele, to Ralph 
de Clyfton, parson of the chapel of la Mote lately built by the said Edmund, 
of a messuage, 40 acres of land and 7 marks of rent in Broclonde, Fairefeld, 
Dodemanneswyk and Saltelond, in aid of the maintenance of the said 
Ralph and of the chaplains celebrating divine service daily in the said 
chapel for the souls of the said Edmund, his ancestors and heirs and all the 
faithful departed. By K. 

Pardon, at the request of W. bishop of Exeter, to John Luterel of the 
county of Somerset of his adherence to Roger Damory, a rebel. By K. 

Appointment, during pleasure, of Master Robert de Ayleston to the office 
of chancellor of the Exchequer, with the usual fee. 

Mandate to Hervey de Staunton to deliver to him the seal and other 
things touching that office in his custody. By K. 

Mandate to the treasuerer and barons of the Exchequer to admit him. 

ByK. 

Presentation of Roger Ursel, chaplain, to the church of Keggeworth, in 
the diocese of Lincoln, in the king's gift by reason of his custody of the 
land and heir of Stephen de Segrave, tenant in chief. By K. 



300 



CALENDAR OF PATENT ROLLS. 



1326. 

July 23. 

Westminster, 



July 8. 
Bytleet. 



July 22. 
Westminster. 



July 15. 

Westminster. 



July 16. 
Westminster. 



Membrane 27 — cont. 

Writ of aid, until Michaelmas, for Roger Catour, master of the king's 
ship called la cogge Nostre Davie of Westminster, going to divers parts on 
the king's affairs, in selecting 50 men for the equipment of the said ship. 

ByK. 
The like for the following : — 

Richard Komsedeu, master of the king's ship called la Valence of 

Westminster, for 30 men. 
Andrew Rosekyn, master of the king's barge called la Marie of West- 
minster, for 60 men. 
Robert Metacre, master of the king's ship called la Maudelegnc of 

Westminster, for 30 men. 
William Pouche, master of the king's ship called la Blithe of West- 
minster, for 30 men. By K. 

Licence for the alienation in mortmain to the abbot and convent of 
St. Augustine's, Canterbury, of the following land in exchange in each 
case for the same quantity of land : — 

by John de Grove, John Petit and Robert de Northbynne, 60 acres of 

land, and 40 acres of pasture in Northbourn, 'Ripple, Estlangedon 

and Sutton by Dover ; 
by Richard atte Sole and Agnes his wife, Ih acres of land in Plump- 

stede ; 
by John atte Welde the elder, 6i acres of land in the same town ; 
by Thomas de Fulham and Gregory de Fulham, 13 acres of land in 

the same town ; 
by John Cros and Robert Cros, 9 acres of land in the same town ; 
by Robert le Catour, John le Catour, Walter le Catour, Philip le 

Catour and Stephen le Catour, 16 acres of land in the same town; 
by John atte Welde the younger, 1^ acre of land in the same town ; 
by William de Burstowe and Robert de Burstowe, 8 acres of land in the 

same town ; 
by Henry son of John le Bakere and Edmund his brother, 2 acres of 

land in the same tow^n ; 
by Edmund Lambyn, 1^ acre of land in the same town ; 
by John Simond, 3 roods of land in the same town ; 
by Richard de PoUethorne and Joan his wife, 16 acres of land in the 

same town ; 
by Walter Dounyng, 1 acre, 3 roods of land in Menstre in the Isle of 

Thanet ; 
by Walter Barbour, J acre of land in the same town ; 
by Hugh de Chaumpeneys, 1 rood of land in the same town ; and 
by William Monde, Robert Monde, Simon de Merifeld, Roger de 

Garwynton and Thomas le Reade, 8 acres of land in the same town 

and Litlebourn. By fine of 100s. 

Protection and safe-conduct, for one year, for Bernard de Lagonye, 
Gerard de Vilers and Raymond de Vilers, burgesses and merchants of the 
city of Bordeaux, trading in the realm. 

William de Chestrefeld, clerk, executor of the will of Peter de 
Brunyngton, clerk, staying in England, has letters nominating Richard 
de Monte Pessulano as his attorney in Ireland for two years. 

Presentation of Thomas de Baumburgh to the church of Emeldon, in 
in the diocese of Durham, in the king's gift by reason of an exchange. 

By K. 



•J' 



II 



20 EDWARD II. 



301 



1326. 

July 19. 

Westminster, 



July 18. 
Westminster. 



July 17. 

Westminster, 



July 20. 

Westminster. 



July 23. 

Westminster, 

July 24. 
Sheen. 



July 30. 

Banstead. 



Mcwhranc 27 — rout. 

Mandate to mayors, sheriffs and others to arrest any persons prosecuting 
appeals in derogation of the king's right of presentation to the church of 
Doen in the diocese of Lincoln, in the king's gift by reason of the voidancc 
of the abbey of Westminster, which he recovered against the abbot by 
judgment of his court and of his presentation of John de Hiche, king's clerk, 
to that church. 

The like touching the king's right of presentation to the church of 
Bencombe, in the diocese of Salisbury, in his gift by reason of the 
temporalities of the abbey of Caen, being in his hands, which he recovered 
against Roger bishop of Salisbury, and of his presentation of Hugh de 
Colewyk, king's clerk, to that church. 

Presentation of Ralph de Wolingham to the church of Fissheburn in the 
jurisdiction of the Holy Trinity, Chichester, in the king's gift by reason of 
the temporalities of the abbot of Seez being in his hands. 

Presentation of Adam de Hoton to the church of Little Bradele, in the 
diocese of Norwich, void by the resignation of Geoffrey de Norton, the last 
rector, and in the king's gift by reason of the temporalities of the priory 
of Stoke being in his hands. 

The like of John de Houkesworth to the church of St. Margaret, 
Suthelmham, in the diocese of Norwich, in the king's gift by reason of the 
temporalities of the bishopric of Norwich being in his hands. 

Protection with clause vohunus for one year for John de Cogan, clerk, 
going to Ireland on the king's service. By K. 

Licence for Joan de Bohun to grant to Roger Corbet of Caus and Amy 
his wife and the heirs of Roger two parts of the manor of Haselbere, co. 
Somerset, and the advowson of the church of that manor and the reversion 
of the third part of the manor after the death of Joan late the wife of 
Alan Plukenet, who holds it in dower ; and for them to regrant the premises 
to her for life. By p.s. 

Appointment, during pleasure, of John de Cherleton, citizen of London, 
at the nomination and request of the merchants of the cities, boroughs and 
places of the realm in which the staple of wool, hides, wool-fells and tin is 
ordained to be held, as mayor of the same staple. By K. & C. 

Writ de intendendo for him directed to sheriffs and others. By K. & C. 

[Pari. Writs.] 



July 21. 

Westminster, 

July 22. 

Westminster. 



July 22. 
Westminster. 



MEMBRANE 26. 

Respite until Michaelmas to Oliver le Gros from taking the arms of a 
knight. By K. 

Protection with clause nolnmus for Robert de Kelleseye, king's clerk, 
parson of the church of Exston. 

The like for Master Jordan de Cantuaria, clerk. 

Power until Whit Sunday, in extension of a like power for a term now 
expired, to John Darcy, justiciary of Ireland, with the advice of the king's 
clerks of the chancery and treasury and others of the council of that land, 
to grant pardons for felonies and trespasses perpetrated there, by letters 
patent under the seal used in Ireland. By K. 



802 



CALENDAR OF PATENT ROLLS. 



-I o<r)/» Membrane 26 — cont. 

July 23. Protection with clause nolumusy for one year, for Agnes late the wife of 

Westminster. Peter de Brewosa. 

The like for the following : — 

July 20. Master Edmund de London, archdeacon of Bedford. 

Westminster. 

John de Percebrigg, parson of the church of Wolewych. 



July 23. 

Westminster. 

July 25. 

Sheen. 



July 24. 

Sheen. 



July 23. 
Westminster. 



Margaret Tyeys. 
Henry Cros. 

Appointment during pleasure of Ralph Basset of Drayton and John de 
Reche to the custody of the islands of Gerneseye, Jereseye, Serk and Aurny 
and of the castles and fortresses therein, as Otto de Grandisono, who has 
the custody thereof for life by grant of Edward I, does not make stay in 
those islands and has not ordered sufficient custody far them against attacks 
of the French ; and out of the issues they are to receive by the hands of 
the lieutenant of the said Otto as much as shall be necessary for the 
defence thereof. By K. 

Writ of aid for them to the said Otto or his lieutenant and all persons of 
the said islands. By K. 

Licence for Thomas de la Ryvere of Brandesby, 'chivaler,* and Joan his 
wife, to grant in fee simple to William son of Henry de Melton a messuage 
and 9 bovates of land in Oustewyk in Holdernesse, held in chief, as of the 
honor of Albemarle. 

Appointment of John de Garenne, earl of Surrey, as captain and principal 
surveyor of the array in the counties of York, Northumberland, Cumber- 
land, Westmoreland, and Lancaster, by the counsel and advice of William, 
archbishop of York, Simon Ward, John de Wisham and John de Felton. 
French. By K. 

The like of the following in the following counties with the advice of 



the following : — 



Ralph Basset 
Robert de Kendale 



Ralph Basset 



I CO Kent. 



1 



^The archbishop of 
Canterbury. 

John de Cobeham. 

William de Grey. 
^Stephen de Cobeham. 

( The bishop of Chichester. 



T> 1 X 1 T. u- 1. I Surrey and Sussex, i Edward de Seint Johan. 
Robert de Echmgham J ^ ..^ . T?,r.1inafnn 



Thomas,earl Marshal, -o i xr^^+f^^^ 

^, , .' , , , , ' f Essex and Hertford, 
the kmg s brother 



The same 

Edmund, earl of 
Arundel 



f 



Norfolk and Suffolk. 
Lincoln. 



(John de Erdington. 
The bishop of London. 

The bishop of Ely. 

Ebles Lestraunge. 
William de Kyme. 



The earl of Win- 
chester, and the 
earl of Leicester 



Warwick, Leicester, 
Nottingham, and 
Derby. 

With the clause, 'the king wills that at all times when the earl of 
Leicester cannot be present the earl of Winchester shall act by himself 



without waiting for him.' 



20 EDWARD II. 



803 



1326. 



Membrane 26 — cont. 



Aug. 2. 
Poi'chester. 



John de Beauchamp \ Somerset, Dorset, 
Robert Fitz Payn f and Wilts. 



Pet! r de OuuedX^ } Cornwall and Devon. The bishop of Exeter. 

French. [Pari. Writs.'] 

Writ de intcndendo directed to John de Cobham, in favour of the above 
Ralph Basset of Drayton and Robert de Kendale, principal surveyors of the 
array in Kent. 

The like to all the above counsellors. French. [Pari. WriU.] 

The form of array. 

This form was sent to the above earls and magnates. French. [Pari. 
Writs.] 

Mandate to Henry de Percy to repair to his castle of Alnewyk, in 
pursuance of the ordinance of the prelates, earls and barons assembled at 
Westminster, that the earl of Surrey should be captain of the men at arms 
mounted and on foot in the counties of York, Northumberland, Cumberland, 
Westmoreland and Lancaster, and the earls of Winchester, Leicester and 
Arundel should be captains in the other counties towards the North, and 
that magnates having castles and fortresses in those parts should stay 
there for the defence of those parts. By K. 

The like to Peter de Mauley to repair to his castle of Mulgreve. 

The like to John de Claveryng to repair to his castle of Werkeworth. 
These writs were close. French. [Pari. Writs.] 



July 23. 
Westminster. 



Aug. 2. 
Porchester. 



Aug. 18. 
Clarendon. 



Aug. 12. 
Clarendon. 



MEMBRANE 25. 

Substitution of John de Seint Johan and Ralph de Camoys in the room 
of the earl of Winchester as principal surveyor of the array in the county 
of Wilts, with the counsel of John, bishop of Winchester, John, bishop of 
Bath and Wells, and Roger, bishop of Salisbury, as above. French. 
[Pari. Writs.] 

Mandate to William de Ros of Hamelak to repair to his places in the 
northern parts and be aiding unto the earl of Surrey. By K. 

The like to William le Latymer. And they were close. French. [Pari. 
Writs.] 

The like to L. bishop of Durham, to aid the said earl and to maintain 
the castle of Norham and the places within his liberty with men at arms, 
victuals, armour and other necessaries, and to array the men of his liberty. 
French. And it was close. By K. 

Protection and safe-conduct, for one year, for Bartholomew de Lesbay of 
Bayonne, merchant, going to Bordeaux with goods and merchandise and 
thence returning to the realm and staying there trading. 

The like for William Arnaud del Portau of Bordeaux, merchant. 

Licence for Nicholas de Huntercombe to enfeoff John de Lilleburn of a 
moiety of the manor of Wolloure, held in chief, except a messuage, a mill 
and 3 carucates of land there, which are held for life by Ralph de Nevill, 
and of the reversion of the latter after the death of the said Ralph, and of 
the reversion of a moiety of the manors of Belford and Yesyngton, with 
appurtenances, Lowyk and Hethpole, with appurtenances also held in chief, 
after the death of Ellen late the wife of Walter de Huntercombe, who holds 
the same in dower. By fine of 10^. Northumberland. 



804 



CALENDAR OF PATENT ROLLS. 



1326. 



Membrane 25 — cant. 

Protection and safe-conduct for one year for John del Dale, Gilbert 
Savour and Giles Bertlot, merchants of Ipre, in Flanders, who lately came 
to England, now returning to Flanders, with their goods. 



July 26. 
Henley. 



July 30. 
Banstead, 



July 24. 
Westminster. 

July 25. 
Sheen. 



July 18. 
Westminster, 



Aug. 6. 
Porchester. 



Aug. 4. 
Porchester. 



July 28. 
Henley. 



Aug. 7. 
Waltham. 



MEMBRANE 24. 

Grant to Richard Lovel that whereas John de Kaylly, who held for life 
the manor of Walles, co. Gloucester, of the inheritance of John Giffard of 
Brymesfeld, a rebel, whereby the manor after the death of the said tenant 
would revert to the king as an escheat by the forfeiture of John Giffard, 
has granted to him his estate in the manor, or if the said John predecease 
him, he shall hold the said manor for his life. By p.s. 

Protection for one year for John Boyter, born of the power of France, 
who lately came from Ireland to England, as it has been testified to the 
king that he is a burgess of Ros in Ireland, having there children, a 
household, and a permanent domicile. 

The like for servants of W. archbishop of Canterbury taking victuals and 
divers of his things from London to Canterbury by land and by water. 

Confirmation of a grant for life by John la Warre to Robert son of John 
Grelle and Ellen his wife of 145|- acres of land in Greneloweth, held in 
chief as of the honor of Lancaster, by the service of 40s. a year, with 
successive remainders in tail male to Henry, Albert, Gilbert, Geoffrey, 
Alexander, Peter, Robert, Thomas, John and Herbert, sons of the said 
Robert, and reversion to the said John de la Warre and his heirs. 

Protection with clause nohmiuH for the abbey of Waverle, which has 
fallen into debt by divers times of dearth and other tribulations in those 
parts, and appointment of Hugh le Despenser, earl of Winchester, to the 
custody thereof for three years. By K. 

Protection with clause noluunis for brother Peter, late proctor in England 
of the abbot of Fecamp, and Stephen Power of the county of Sussex, and 
the temporalities of that abbey, which by the death of Robert de Putot, the 
late abbot, came into the king's hands and which he has committed to the 
custody of the said Peter and Stephen during the voidance at a yearly rent 
to be paid at the Exchequer. 

Protection and safe-conduct for one year for Ocha Martini Trinail of the 
county of Biscay in Spain, master of a ship called The Ship of St. Peter ^ 
coming to the realm with merchandise. By K. 

Licence, at the request of Eleanor la Despenser, the king's niece, for the 
prioress and convent of Wykes to acquire in mortmain land and rent not 
held in chief to the value of lOO.s. a year. Licence also for them to acquire 
another lOOs. a year of like land and rent in exchange for land and rent to 
be given by them. By p.s. 

Pardon, in consideration of a fine, to Malcolm Musard for his adherence 
to the rebels, and of the outlawry in the county of Worcester published 
against him while he was in prison on that account, for non-appearance 
before the king to answer touching a plea of trespass of Alina Burnel, on 
condition that he surrender forthwith to gaol, and stand his trial if the 
said Alina will proceed against him ; with restitution to him of his lands 
taken into the king's hands on account of such adherence. By p.s. 



20 EDWARD II. 



305 



1326. 

Aug. 4. 
Poichester 



Aug. 11. 
Clarendon. 



Aug. 12. 
Clarendon. 



Aug. 13. 
Clarendon. 



Membrane 24 — cont. 

Pardon in like terms to Richard Anneys of Blaby of his outlawry in the 
county of Lincoln for non-appearance before the king on a plea of trespass 
of John de Walpol. 

Licence for the alienation in mortmain by Nicholas de Baddeseye, 
chaplain, to the abbot and convent of Evesham of 2 messuages, a mill, 
a carucate and 10 acres of land, 4 acres of meadow and 40.s. of rent in 
Evesham, Baddeseie, Northluttelton and Bratforton, which are held of the 
abbot and convent and are of the value of lll.s. id. as appears by inquisition 
of John de Hampton, escheator in the counties of Worcester, &c. in part 
satisfaction of lands and rent to the value of 101. a year, which they have 
the king's licence to acquire. 

Protection and safe-conduct, until Christmas, at the request of Anthony 
Usus Maris, for Frederick Picanulius and Simon de Cicada, masters of a 
galley of Genoa, coming to the realm. By K. 

The like for the following masters of galleys of Genoa : — 
Albertinus Grilus. 
Hugelinus and Coradinus de Aurea. 

Also all these have the like letters conjointly. By K. 

The like for one year for William de Andryngg, John de Vineis and 
William de Pomeriis, merchants and yeomen of Master Peter de Galiciano, 
king's clerk, going with merchandise to the duchy [of Aquitaine]. By K. 

The like for one year for Peter Loupes of Spain, whom the said Peter is 
sending to Spain on his affairs. By K. 

Revocation of the presentation of Roger Ursel, chaplain, to the church 
of Keggeworth, in the diocese of Lincoln, which the king believed to be in 
his gift by reason of his custody of the land and heir of Stephen de 
Segrave, tenant in chief, as he has since found by inspection of the rolls of 
the chancery that the same belongs to Christiana late the wife of John de 
Segrave, tenant in chief, having been assigned to her by the king in dower. 

ByK. 



July 28. 
Henley. 



Aug. 2. 
Porchester. 

Aug. 12. 
Clarendon. 



Aug. 16. 
Clarendon. 



MEMBRANE 23. 

Protection with clause nolumm, for one year, for Master John de 
Colecestre, parson of the church of Tendryng, and prebendary of Nisdon, 
in the church of St. Paul, London. 
The like for :— 

Tido de Varesio, archdeacon of Berks. 

William de Dalton, parson of two parts of the church of Croxton. 

The abbot of Tichefeld. 

Fulk Corbet, prebendary of Freford, in the church of St. Chad, 
Lichefeld. 

Thomas de Forde, parson of the church of Maydene Newenton, for 

two years. 
John de Kirkeby of Cranle. 

William Lucas and John his brother. 

Master Thomas de Hotoft, archdeacon of Dorset. 
William de Derby, parson of the church of Chelmark. 



3217 



U 



306 



CALENDAR OF PATENT ROLLS. 



1320. 



Aug. 1. 
Porch ester. 



July IG. 

Westminster 



Aug. 3. 
Porchester. 



Aug. 4. 
Porchester. 



Aug. 8. 
Porchester. 



Aug. 4. 
Porchester. 



Aug. 7. 
Porchester, 



Membrane 23 — cont. 

The warden and scholars of the house of the Valley of Scholars, 

Salisbury. 
Master John de Wynchelse. 
Master Henry de la Wyle, chancellor of the church of St. Mary, 

Salisbury. 
Master Nicholas Lambard, prebendary of Yatemynystre, in the same 

church. 

John de Roches, going on the king's service to the islands of Gerneseye, 
Gereseye, Sark and Aureneye, has letters nominating John atte Halle 
and Henry de Bourn, his attorneys in England for one year. 

Robert de Norton, going with him on the king's service, has the like 
nominating Robert de Hoo and John atte Halle. 

William de Roches, going with him on the king's service, has the like 
nominating John atte Halle and Henry de Bourn. 

Protection and safe -conduct for one year for Bartholomew de Lesbay of 
Bayonne, going to Bordeaux with a ship laded with corn and other goods 
to trade. 

The like for William Arnaud del Portau of Bordeaux, merchant. 

Writ of aid for one year for John de Neusom, clerk, charged by the 
steward of the household as the keeper of the wardrobe to purvey hay, oats, 
beans, litter and other necessaries for the king's horses in his custody. 

The abbot of Oseney, staying in England, has letters nominating John 
Poynaunt, his canon, and Robert de Pirye as his attorneys in Ireland for 
three years. 

Appointment of Walter de Norwyco as treasurer of the Exchequer during 
the absence of W. archbishop of York on the king's affairs in the North. 

ByK. 

Mandate to sheriffs, mayors, bailiffs, lords and masters of ships and all 
mariners of Portesmuth and the coast westwards, to repair at once to the 
admirals, the king having heard that many have not done so yet although 
commanded ; and they are to give credence to Edmund le Provost, Simon de 
Friskenad and Berduk de Tyl, Serjeants at arms, the king's envoys in this 
behalf. French. By K. 

The like to the same from Portesmuth to Dover, and to give credence to 
Simon Croiser. French. 

The like to the same of Great Jernemue and Little Jernemue and the 
counties of Norfolk and Sufiblk, and to give credence to John Harsik, 
king's yeoman. French. 

The like to the same of the Cinque Ports, and to give credence to Ralph 
Basset of Draiton. Frenc/i. By K. 

Protection and safe -conduct for one year, out of affection for the lady 
Mary de Biscay and the noble man John de Biscay, lords of Biscay, for 
their men and merchants, coming to the realm to trade. By K. 

The like, for one year, having regard to the good behaviour of the 
burgesses of Penne in Agen, for William Bernardi de Sancta Fide, and 
William de Viva, burgesses and merchants of Penne, coming to the realm 
to trade. By K. and by letters testimonial of the town of Penne. 



20 EDWARD II. 



307 



1326. 



Aug. 12. 
Clarendon. 



Sept. 2. 
Porchester. 

Aug. 9. 
Clarendon. 



Aug. 11. 
Clarendon. 



Membrane 23 — cont. 

The like for the following burgesses and merchants of the said town with 
the exception of the two of Bordeaux : — 
Raymond Cardonis. 
William de Celerio. 
John Faward and Giles his brother. 

Peter Fresepayn and Giles de Catus. 

By K. on the testimony of Adam de Lymbergh. 

Raymond Sarrailer and Raymond de Druyle, citizens and merchants 

of Bordeaux. 
Gerald de Johanne. By K. 

Arnald de Fonte Capraria. 

By K. by testimony of Master Peter de Galiciano. 

Presentation of John de Morlund to the church of Ormesheved in the 
diocese of Carlisle, in the king's gift by reason of the late voidance of the 
see. 

Pardon to John son of Alan son of William de Keldsyk for the death of 
Adam Barward of Whyrig, on account of which he became an adherent of 
the king's enemies, and for all other offences, the said John having been 
admitted to the kings peace by Anthony de Lucy in pursuance of a power 
lately given to the said Anthony, and to William de Dacre and John de 
Castre, all now deceased, to admit to the king's peace adherents of the 
Scots and of the rebels. By K. 

The like to the following : — 

Adam Sweteman, for the death of John Beaufrer of Bounes. 
Alan son of John le Storour, for the death of William Wynpeny. 
John de Hayton, for the death of Adam le Couhird. 
Adam son of John de Alenbrig, for the death of John de Plumland. 
Pardon in general terms to the following : — 

Richard de Hetherington. By K. 

John Dunnyng. 
John de Hetheryngton. 
Robert Dunnyng. 

William Fraunceys, admitted to the king's peace by William de Acre, 
as the same Anthony has signified. By K. 

Patrick son of John de Buchecastre, admitted in like manner. By K. 
Richard Man, admitted by the above John. By K. 

John Man, as above. 
Stephen son of Thomas de Quelpedale, for the death of William del 

Hill, admitted by the said William. 
Robert le Clerk of Thoresbye for the death of John son of Adam del 

Morthwayt. 
John BuUok of Glassan for the death of Adam Clossan. By K. 



MEMBRANE 2li. 
Aug. 11. Pardon to Robert Bouman for the death of Robert de Ekkedale, admitted 

Clarendon, to the king's peace by the said John as above. 

The like to the foUow^ing for the same death : — 
Henry son of Robert. William de Farlham. 

John Lymour. Robert son of Robert. 

Adam Lymour. William son of Robert. 

James Gerrok. John son of Robert. 



308 



CALENDAR OF PATENT ROLLS. 



1326. 
Aug. 12. 

Clarendon. 



Aug. 12. 
Clarendon. 



July 24. 
Sheen. 



Aug. 15. 
Clarendon. 



Aug. 12. 
Clarendon. 

Aug. 15. 
Clarendon. 



Aug. 15. 
Clarendon. 



Aug. 16. 

Clarendon 



Aug. 16. 
Clarendon. 



Aug. 16. 

Clarendon. 



Membrane 22 — cant. 

Writ of aid directed to sheriffs, mayors, bailiffs, lords and masters of 
ships, mariners and others from the mouth of the Thames westwards, in 
favour of Nicholas Kiriel, admiral of the said ships, appointed in pursuance 
of the late ordinance of the council that all ships of 50 tuns and over of 
those parts should assemble at Portesmuth on Sunday after the Decollation 
of St. John the Baptist with a double equipment and that all the lords of 
such ships should be in them ready to execute the orders of the said 
admiral, and that all the lords and masters of ships of less than 50 tons 
should keep their ships in their ports and not go out for the purpose of 
fishing or any other business, until the king had made further demands to 
survey the muster of ships of 50 tons there on that day and to bring the 
lords and masters thereof with their ships into the king's service, and to 
arrest all ships of less tonnage which he finds upon the sea, and keep the 
men in them in prison until further order. [Cf. Fiedera.] By K. 

Protection and safe-conduct for one year for William de Montibus, 
merchant of le Mas-d'Agenais [de manm A(jenen^i) going to the duchy [of 
Aquitaine] to trade. 

Licence for Joan de Bohun to grant to Roger Corbet of Cans, and Amy 
his wife, and the heirs of the said Roger, two parts of the manor of 
Chaselberewe, co. Somerset, and the advowson of the church of that manor, 
held in chief, and the reversion of the third part thereof after the death of 
Joan late the wife of Alan Plukenet, who holds it in dower ; and for Roger 
and Amy to regrant the whole for life to the said Joan. By p.s. 

Protection and safe-conduct, for one year, for John de la Tour, merchant 
of the town of Besaz, coming to the realm to trade ; on testimony by 
Oliver de Ingham, seneschal of Gascony, tc his good behaviour. By K. 

The like for Arnald de Beyvill of Puys Guilliam of the duchy [of 
Aquitaine], and William his brother, coming to the realm to trade. 

Writ of aid until Michaelmas for John Dyve, master of the king's ship 
called la Xicholafi whom the king is sending on his business to divers parts, 
with power to select men for the munition of the said ship. By K. 

Appointment of John de Sturmy, admiral of the fleet from the mouth of 
the Thames towards the north, to keep the scrutiny of all letters within his 
bailiwick. [Fcedera.] By K. 

Grant for life to Henry de Dytton of a messuage and a virgate of land in 
Harewelle, escheats by the forfeiture of Ralph Wace, who held the same by 
grant of the king for life. ' By K. 

Pardon to Peter son of William Hog of Wy nested, for the death of 
Robert son of Walter de Waldegrave at Wynested, as it appears by the 
record of John de Donecastre and his fellows, justices assigned to deliver the 
king's. gaol of York, that he killed him in self defence. 

Pardon of the trespass of Roger le Longe of Bow (de Arcitbns), sometime 
citizen of London, in bequeathing in mortmain without licence of 
Edward I or the king, 5 marks and 40 pence of yearly and quit rent 
issuing, as follows : — 35s. out of his capital messuage with brcwhouse, 
which he bought of the heirs of Ralph le Spycer of the parish of St. Mary 
atte Bow, London, and 35.s'. out of a tenement in Wodestrete, which he 
bought from the executors and attorney of Geoffrey de Ivatenham and out 
of a tenement close by towards the north, which he bought from the son of 
Richard Lufchild in the parish of St. Alphage within Cripelgate, London, 



20 EDWARD II. 



809 



1326. 



Aug. 20. 
Clarendon. 



Membrane 22 — cont. 

for the maintenance of a chaplain to celebrate divine service daily in the- 
church of Bow, London, for the soul of the said Roger, and for the souls 
of Lucy, sometime his wife, and John his son, his benefactors and the 
faithful departed ; as appears by inquisition made by William de Weston, 
escheator in the counties of Surrey, Sussex, Kent and Middlesex and in the 
city of London. 

Protection and safe-conduct for one year for John Gout, merchant, and 
Peter and Gaillard his brothers, born of the town of Besaz, on testimony 
to their good behaviour, and that the said John, during the late disturbance 
in the duchy [of Aquitaine], was dwelling in the realm. By K. 

Appointment, during pleasure, of Ralph de Camoys, constable of the 
castle of Wyndesore, to the head keepership of the king's parks there. 

By K. on the information of William de Colby. 



MEMBRANE 21. 



Aug. 15. 
Clarendon, 



Aug. 15. 
Clarendon. 



Commission to Edward de Sancto Johanne and John de Ratynden, 
array ers in the county of Sussex, to select 150 armed footmen and 400 
archers, so that they are at Portesmuth on Sunday after the Decollation of 
St. John the Baptist. 



The like- to the following : — 

John Drueys 
Peter Doynel 

John de Roche 
W^alter Wodelok 

William de Stoke 
John Wake 
Brian de Gouyz 

Henry de Cobham 
Walter de Huntyngfeld 
William de Grey 



CO. Wilts, 150 foot and 300 
archers. . 

CO. Southampton, 200 foot 
and 400 archers. 

CO. Dorset, 100 foot and 
200 archers. 



CO. Kent, 50 foot and 50 
archers. 



[Pari. Writs.] 

Commission to Ralph de Camoys, Thomas Tregoz and Roger Bavent to 
survey the above array in the county of Sussex. By K. 

The like to the following: : — 



I 



John de Bello Campo of Somerset ] 
Philip de Columbariis 
Hugh de Poyntz 

John de Cobham 
John de Segrave 
Ralph Sauvage 

John de Sancto Johanne 
John de Scures 

Reginald de Pavely 
John Mauduyt 
Robert Selyman 



CO. Dorset. 



CO. Kent. 



CO. Southampton. 



CO. Wilts. 



[Pari. Writs. 



810 



CALENDAR OF PATENT ROLLS. 



]326. 

Aug. 19. 
Clarendon. 



July 9. 

Bytieet. 



Aug. 30. 
Porchester, 

Aug. 15. 
Clarendon. 



Membrane 21 — cont. 

Appointment of John de Bray, serjeant at arms, to select within the 
forest of Wyndesore 20 footmen and 20 archers, to be at Portesmuth as 
above. [Pari. Writs.] By K. 

Protection with clause volnnms, until All Saints, for Master John de 
Hildesle, parson of the church of Thyngden, going to Gascony on the king's 
service. 

He has letters nominating Robert de Hemmyngburgh, clerk, and Edmund 
de Hildesle as his attorneys in England until then. 

Protection with clause volumusj until All Saints, for John de Henele 
going with the said John. 

[The like] for one year for the abbot of Beaulieu Regis. 

Appointment of Maurice de Brune, Robert de Echyngham, John de 
Cobham and Roger de Bavent to survey the ships of over 50 tons in the 
towns and ports of Romenhale, Pevenese, Wynchelse, Rye, Hastynges, 
Hethe, Dovre, Sandwiz, Faversham, Gillingham, Maydenstan, Strode, 
Clyve, Swannescampe, Grenewiz, Seford and Shorham, and to see that they 
join Nicholas Kiriel, admiral of the Western fleet at Portesmuth, and that 
all the lords and masters of the ships of less tonnage are kept in the said 
towns ; and they are to arrest such as have not joined, both ships and 
men. 

The like of the following in the ports and towns named : — 



John de Insula 
Robert de Haustede 
John de Warblynton 
John de Grymstede 



Portesmouth, Hoke, Hamele, South- 
ampton, Yaremouth, Neuport in the 
Isle of Wight, and St. Helen's, Isle of 
W^ight {cilia prioris Sancte Helene). 



John de Bello Campo of Somerset 
Robert Fiz Payn 
Geoffrey de Hautevyll 
John de Chidiok 



Plymmouth 
Yalhampton 
Lym 
La Pole 



Waymuth 

Excestre 

Luleham, Kyen, Topesham 

Teignemuth 

Sidemuth 

Dertemuth 



Portelmuth 

Lymynton 

Kyavene 

Warham 

Melecoumbe 

Falemuth 



Loo 

Polruan 

Vawy 

Lostwydel 

Barstaple 

Heyleworthy 



John de Bures 
Otto de Boteringham 
Nicholas Dauney 
Robert Gyen of Bristol 
Robert Beudyn 
Richard de la Ryvere 

Hardelawe 
Towemuth 
Ilfardecum be- 
st. Michael's Mount 
Mousehole 



Bristoll 
Chepstowe 
'^ Breggewater 
I Swaneseye 
Muleford 



Cammeys 

Landstephan 

Salteney 

Lyvrepol 

Fordham 



Holdestowe and Patrikestowe 

St. Karantoc 

Clovely 

Cheppedenemere 

Welles and Holcham 



Thornham 
T alt ham 
Sencher 
Dunsterre 
Cumbemartyn 



20 EDWARD II. 



311 



1326. 

Aug. 16. 
Clarendon. 



Aug. 19. 
Clarendon 



Aug. 19. 
Clarendon. 



Aug. 21. 
Clarendon. 



Aug. 20. 
Clarendon. 



Aug. 19. 
Clarendon 

Aug. 21. 
Clarendon. 

Aug. 24. 
Clarendon 



MEMBRANE 20. 

Appointment of Robert Fitz Wautier, Robert de Rocheford, John Fillol 
and Philip de Verly in the ports and towns of Herewiz, Colecestre, Manitre, 
Maldon, ISaltcote, ToUesbery, Merseye, Fyngringho, Seint Osith, Foulnesse, 
CO. Essex, and their members, and to see that they join John de Sturmy, 
admiral of the fleet in the north. By K. 

The like to the following in the counties named : — 



Robert de Ufford ] Ipswich 

Thomas Latymer ^ Ere well 

Richard de la Ryvere j Baudreseye 



Oreford 

Goseford 

Dunwich 



CO. Suffolk. 



Edmund Bacoun 
John How^ard 
Robert Baynard 
Robert de Erpyngham 



Great Yarmouth 
Little Yarmouth 
Lenne 
Blakeneye 



Spaldyng 
Hunstanton 
Holme 
Snedesham 



CO. Nor- 
folk. 



Thomas de Novo Mercato [ Boston 
John Darcy ' le uncle ' ) Saltfletby 



Waynflet 
Grymmesby 



Roger de Somervyll 
Robert de Siw^ardeby 
Thomas de Heselarton 

Ralph de Nevyll 
Thomas de Grey 
John de Fenwyk 
John de Lilleburn 

Newcastle on Tyne 

Newebiggingg 

Halieland 



) 



Kyngeston on Hull 

Raveneserod 

Scardeburgh 

Tynemuth 

Dunstanburgh 

Whyteby 



CO. Northumberland. 



CO. Lincoln. 



CO. York. 



Alemuth 
Hertelpol 
Werkworth 



) 



[Pari. Writs.] 

Presentation of William de Chebeseye, chaplain, to the church of Little 
Reynes, in the diocese of London, in the king's gift by reason of his custody 
of the land and heir of Thomas de Welles, tenant in chief. By p.s. 

Protection, for one year, for Peter Boyter, merchant born of the power of 
France, because he is a burgess of Welles, having there children, household 
and permanent domicile and has stayed there over thirty years. 

Pardon, at the request of Isabel de Hastynges, to Stephen de Pulton for 
a trespass of vert and venison in the king's park and forest of Claryndon, 
for which he is detained in the prison of the marshalsea. By p.s. 

Safe-conduct, until Easter, for John de Pomeriis, prior of Andevre, and 
Bernard his brother, going to the court of Rome, on their own aiiairs. 

ByK. 

Protection, with clause no/uiiius, for one year, for Master Brunus de 
Jodico, prebendary of Brampton, in the church of St. Mary, Lincoln. 

Safe-conduct, until Christmas, for Elias de Assheburn, king's yeoman, 
sent to Ireland for some business enjoined on him by the king. By K. 

Licence for John Montsorel to enfeoff William de Eston, vicar of the 
church of Poterne, and Henry Estmond of 49^ acres of land, 6 acres of 
meadow, 4 acres of pasture, and an acre and a half of wood in Divises, held 
in chief, and for the latter to re-grant the same to him and Cecily his wife 
and the heirs of their bodies, with remainder to his right heirs. 

By fine of 1 mark. Wilts. 



312 



CALENDAR OF PATENT ROLLS. 



1326. 

Aug. 21. 
Clarendon. 



Aug. 16. 
Clarendon, 

Aug. 16. 
Clarendon. 

Aug. 17. 

Clarendon. 



Aug. 12. 

Clarendon. 



Aug. 24. 

Clarendon. 



Membrane 20 — cont. 

Whereas William de Okie acquired in fee in the time of Edward I from 
John de Plecy 40 acres of land in Hedlegh, co. Surrey, held in chief, and 
Roger atte Yigne, his brother and heir, who entered into the same as his 
right and inheritance afterwards enfeoffed Thomas le Spenser thereof ; and 
whereas John le Hauberger acquired the same from the said Thomas as 
well as 88 acres of land and 2 acres of meadow in Feltham, co. Middlesex, 
held in chief of the present king from Thomas atte Brugg of Feltham, 
without licence for this obtained from the late or present king ; the latter 
for a fine made by John le Hauberger has pardoned these trespasses and 
granted that the said John shall have the lands again. 

By fine of 1 mark. Surrey. 

Protection and safe-conduct, during pleasure, for Peter Moles of Mailork, 
king's merchant, trading in the realm. By K. 

The like, until Christmas, for the said Peter, going to Flanders on the 
king's business. By K. 

Protection, for one year, for John Dosinhou, merchant, born of Besuz, 
going to the duchy and the realm ; on testimony by Thomas, earl of Norfolk 
and marshal of England, that for the whole time of the late disturbance in 
the duchy and long before he was staying in his company and elsewhere 
in England on the king's service. By K. 

Pardon to Thomas le Taverner of Ravenserod and Joan his wife for 
acquiring in fee tail from Ralph de Sancto Martino a toft, a bovate of land, 
and 4 acres of meadow in Holaym, held in chief as of the honor of 
Albemarle, with remainders in tail to Isabel de Sancto Martino, and Juliana 
her sister, and reversion to Ralph and his heirs, and a toft and a mill in the 
said town held in chief as of the said honor, with reversion to the said 
Ralph and his heirs ; and from Thomas de Holaym, parson of the church 
of Holmton, a toft in Swinthorp, held in chief as of the said honor, with 
remainder to the right heirs of the said Thomas, and entering therein 
without licence : with licence for them to retain the premises. 

Protection with clause nolumus, for two years, for Alexander de 
Hemmyngby, prebendary of Husseburn, in the church of St. Mary, 
Salisbury. 

The like for one year for Philip Hay ward, parson of the church of 
Kenderchurch (Sanctl Kenedri). 
The like for the following : — 
John de Vienne. 
Master John de Abbodesbury, prebendary of Werministre, in the 

church of St. Mary, Salisbury. 
Master Robert de Worth, prebendary of Chesingbury in the said church. 
Hugh de Spineto, prebendary of Alton Pancras in the said church. 
Master Nicholas de la Wyle, precentor of the said church. 
Master William de la Wyle, parson of the church of Stapelbrigg. 
Hugh de Spineto, parson of the church of Thurkeleston. 
Master Walter Hervy, archdeacon of Sarum. 

Master W^alter Hervy, prebendary of Beministre in the said church. 
Master John de Tarent. 



MEMBRANE 19. 

Aug. 20. Protection and safe-conduct, for one year, for Bernard Faver, yeoman of 

Clarendon. Raymond Durandi, seneschal of the Landes in the duchy, going to the 

duchy with goods and merchandise of the said Raymond and himself and 



returning to the realm. 



20 ED^VARD II. 



313 



1326. 



Aug. 17. 
Clarendon. 



Aug. 21. 
Clarendon. 



Aug. 26. 
Clarendon. 



Aug. 20. 
Clarendon. 



Aug. 21. 
Clarendon, 



Aug. 26. 
Clarendon. 



Aug. 26. 
Clarendon. 



Sept. 1. 
Porchester. 



Membrane 19 — cont. 

The like for John le Squier, merchant of Bourg in the duchy, coming to 
the realm with goods, trading there and returning home again. 

The like for Gaillard Coubull and Arnald de Bugons, born of the town 
of Besaz, to the duchy with goods ; on testimony that all through the time 
of disturbance in the duchy they were dwelling in the realm. 

Grant, during pleasure, to Idonia, wife of John de Crumbwell, of the 
issues of the manoi's of Wyntreslow^e, co. Wilts, Bokeland, Senclebergh 
and Amundesham, co. ])uckingham, Eyworth, co. Bedford, Essingden, 
CO. Rutland, Morton, co. Lincoln, Peverelthorp, co. Nottingham, Malteby, 
Bautre and Kymbreworth, co. York, Wyntreton, co. Warwick, and Multon 
and certain lands in Yerdele and Potterspury, co. Northampton, and of a^ 
third part of the manor of Staveley, co. Derby, which are of her inheritance, 
and have been taken into the king's hands by reason of the ofience of the 
said John in dwelling beyond seas after repeated commands to return, 
and committed to the custody of Roger de 13ylney on condition that he 
should answer for the issues in the Chamber ; and the corn, oxen, afters, 
stock, robes, beds, jewels, and other things belonging to her chamber ; to 
be received by the hands of the said Roger, saving to the king horses, 
destriers, armour, falcons, vessels and the jewels of the said John, found in 
the premises. By K. 

Pardon for a fine made by Sibyl late the wife of Laurence de Sancto 
Martino of the trespass of herself and her husband in acquiring in fee from 
Reginald de. Sancto Martino, a moiety of the manor of Stepellangeford held 
in chief, and entering therein without licence ; and licence for her to retain 
the same for life w^ith remainder to the right heirs of Laurence. 

By fine of lOO.s-. Wilts. 

Protection and safe-conduct, for one year, for Simon de Mountbretton 
ahd Arnold Cayleu de Reynak, coming from the city of Bordeaux to the 
realm with wine and goods. 

Pardon to Adam son of William Burry for acquiring in fee from Margaret 
daughter of Hubert Usee, a virgate of land and pasture for 4 oxen, 4 cows, 
2 affers, 41 sheep, and 10 pigs in Figheldene, held in chief, and entering 
therein without licence ; and licence for him to retain the same. 

By fine of 20s. Wilts. 

Licence, for a fine made by Henry Burry of Salisbury, for the prior of 
St. Denys by Southampton to grant the manor of Bymerton, co. Wilts, 
held in chief, to him and Edith his wife for their lives at a rent of 23 
marks. By fine of 10/. Wilts. 

Safe-conduct until Martinmas, for John Jurdan le fuitz William, who 
lately came from Scotland from Robert de Brus with letters to the king, 
returning to Scotland by command of the king. By K. 

Pardon to Edith late the wife of Reginald Bishop of Beggarstrete of her 
waiver in the county of Wilts, for non-appearance before John de Stonore 
and his fellows, justices appointed to hear and determine the said trespasses, 
to answ^er touching a plea of trespass of Ingelram Berenger ; on condition 
that she surrender at once to the king's prison and stand her trial if the 
said Ingelram will proceed against her. 

Appointment during pleasure of Master John de Redeswell as a baron of 
the Exchequer, with the usual fee. By K. 

Mandate to the treasurer and barons to admit him. [Pari. Writs.] 



314 



CALENDAR OF PATENT ROLLS. 



1326. 

Aug. 30. 
Fiintlev ? 
(Hun(eh'). 

Aug. 31. 
Porchester. 

Aug. 28. 
Clarendon. 



Sept. 1. 
Porchester, 

Sept. 3. 
Porchester. 



Sept. 6. 
Porchester. 



Sept. L 
Porchester 



Sept. 5. 
Porchester. 



Sept. 2. 
Porchester. 



Sept. 4. 
Porchester, 

Sept. 3. 
Porchester. 



Membrane 19 — cant. 

Presentation of Thomas de Tolre, chaplain, to the vicarage of the church 
of Axemuwe, in the diocese of Exeter, in the king's gift by reason of the 
temporalities of the abbey of Mounteburgh being in his hands. By p.s. 

Protection with clause noltunns, from one year, for the king's men and 
tenants of Hertilpol. 

Licence for the alienation in mortmain l)y Master Henry de la Wyle, 
chancellor of the church of St. Mary, Salisbury, to the dean and chapter 
of that church, of a messuage m Salisbury, to find a clerk to be server to 
three chaplains to celebrate divine service daily at the altar of the Apostles 
in the said church. By fine of 1 mark. Wilts. 

Roger de Criketot, staying in England, has letters nominating Henry le 
Ridere and John Hull as his attorneys for two years. 

Protection for one year, at the instance of Master Peter de Galliciano, 
king's clerk, for Richard de la Biry, and Bertrandde Galliciano, merchants, 
and their goods and merchandise. By K. 

Safe-conduct, until Easter, for William de Bacoun and his ship, which 
the said ]\Iaster Peter has freighted to carry corn from the realm for 
Bordeaux, and to bring back wines to England. By K. 

Protection with clause nolwuns, for one year, for Aymer de Insula, burgess 
and merchant of Bordeaux. 
The like for the following : — 

Master John de Pinibus, prebendary of Southmoskham, in the church 

of St. Mary, Southwell, and of Hull, in the church of St. Peter, 

Heghtredebury. 
John de Bradeley. 
The abbot of Teukesbury. 
Margery late the wife of John de Gosewyk. 

The provost and chaplains of the chapel of St. Elizabeth by Winchester. 
Laurence Meys, burgess of Southampton. 
William de Vico, parson of the church of Cumpton, going on the king's 

business to the islands of Gernereye and Jereseye and adjacent 

islands. 
The abbot of Tichefeld. 

Grant for life to Robert de Holden, king's clerk, of the wardenship of the 

hospital of St. James without Westminster. By K. 

Writ tie intendendo to the brethren and sisters. By K. 

Presentation of John de Ixworth to the church of Merkefeld, in the 
diocese of Lincoln, in the king's gift by reason of the lands of Robert de 
Holand being in his hands. By p.s. 

Berard de Lebreto, going to Gascony on the king's service, has letters 
nominating Master John de Pinibus and John de Salthous as his attorneys 
in England for one year. 

Safe-conduct until Easter for Margery late the wife of John de Gosewyk, 
going to Scotland to further some business of her's there. By K. 

Grant to Berard de Lebreto— in extension of a grant to him on 21 April 
last of the lands of John de Ros, during pleasure, so that he should receive 
200 marks a year from them and pay 50Z. a year to the wife of the said 
John, and answer at the king's will for any value of the said lands over this 
amount — that he shall hold the lands quit of any payment for any value 
over the said sums. By K. 



20 EDWARD II. 



315 



1326. 

Aug. 22. 
Clarendon. 



Aug. 25. 
Clarendon. 



Aug. 2'7. 
Clarendon. 

Aug. 29. 

Funtley 

{Foiitdi/c) 



Sept. 1. 
Porchester. 

Aug. 30. 
Porchester - 



Sept. 2. 
Porchester, 



Sept. 2. 
Porchester, 



Sept. 3. 
Porchester. 



Sept. 2. 
Porchester. 



Sept. 10. 
Porchester, 



MEMBRANE 18. 

Licence for the prior of St. Denys by Southampton to grant to John 
Aungyr of Fallardeston and IMargaret his wife the manor of Bereford, held 
in chief, to hold for their lives, at a rent of 10 marks. 

By fine of 10 marks. Wilts. 

Protection for one year for William de Meret, merchant of Genoa, going 
to divers parts of the realm to recover goods of himself and his fellows, 
merchants of Genoa, lately eloigned at Southampton. 

Protection and safe -conduct for two years for Denis le Marchaunt of the 
island of Jerneseye, coming to the realm to trade. By K. 

Power to Robert de Welle to agree in the king's name to a day and 
place, which the envoys of the king and Robert de Brus w411 arrange, to 
treat of certain things which cannot be dealt with by the keepers of the 
truce, and which were reserved by the said truce for the king and the said 
Robert or their deputies to settle. [Fmlera.] By K. 

Cirant to Robert de Silkeston, king's clerk, of the deanery of 
Wolvernehampton. By K. 

Pardon to Anabilla de Walsale for aiding and abetting John de Billesden, 
who broke the prison of Warwick, and committed other felonies, and 
receiving him well knowing of the felony. By p.s. 

Protection and safe-conduct, until All Saints, for John de Cogan, king's 
clerk, treasurer of Ireland, ordered by the king to hasten to Ireland and 
do what pertains to his office. By K. 

Mandate to John Howard, Robert de Erpyngham, and John Curzoun, 
arrayers in the county of Norfolk, to select 500 armed men and lead them 
to Erewell, co. Suffolk, by St. Matthew the Apostle, to stay there at the 
king's wages for a month. By K. 

The like to the following arrayers : — 

Robert de Rocheford 1 Essex, 800 archers, 

i nomas Gobioun ) ' 



John de Tendryng 
Thomas de Bavent 
Robert de Peyton 



] 



Suffolk, 200 armed men, 
and 500 archers. 



[Pari, Writs.] 

Appointment of Robert le Fitz Wautier, Robert de Rocheford, John 
FiUol and Philip de Verley, to supervise the assembly of the ships of 80 
tons and over from the mouth of the Thames northwards at Erewell by the 
above date pursuant to the order of the king and council to the lords and 
masters of such ships of the ports of Herewiz, &c. co. Essex (mentioned 
above on )n. 20). 

The like, directed to the other commissioners mentioned above [in. 20] in 
the counties of Suffolk, Norfolk, Lincoln, York, and Northumberland, 
respectively. [Pari. Writs: Fa^dera.] 

Letters of credence in favour of Ralph de Camoys and Robert de Watevyll 
touching the muster of ships of the northern parts at Erewell by the above 
date ; directed to leaders of men at arms and arrayers in Essex, Norfolk 
and Suffolk, the sheriffs of those counties, and the admiral of the northern 
fleet. Et erajit pateiites. By K* 

Appointment of Robert de Ufibrd, Thomas Latymer and Richard de la 
Ryvere to select 12 ships in the towns of Harwich and Ipswich and their 



316 



CALENDAR OF PATENT ROLLS. 



1326, 



Sept. 7. 

Porchester 



Membrane 18 — cont. 

members, as ordered by the king and council, to wit, each furnished with 
40 men, victuals and other necessaries, to be at Orfordnesse by Wednesday 
after St. Matthew the Apostle next, at the expense of the men of those 
towns who are staying at home, and have no ships or part in them ; to 
repel the enemy if they attempt a landing there while the fleet assembled 
at Erewell on the said feast happens to be away on the king's service. 

ByK. 

Licence, after inquisition made by Simon de Grymmesby, escheator in 
the counties of York, kc. for Isabel de Vescy to assign in mortmain to the 
prior and Friars Preachers of Scardeburgh a plot adjoining their dwelling- 
place, 200 feet by 50 feet, which is held in chief, and worth '2^s. yearly, as 
it appears that this is not to the king's damage except in this that he will 
lose 6^/. a year due from it for ' gabulage ' for the enlargement of the said 
dwelling-place. 

By K. on the information of brother Robert, the king's confessor. 



Sept. 4. 
Porchester, 



Sept. 5. 
Porchester, 



Sept. 4. 
Porchester. 



MEMBRANE 17. 
Protection and safe-conduct for one year for Giles de Faward, commonly 
called Barrau de Faward, and John Faward, his brother, burgesses and 
merchants of Penne, going to the duchy [of Aquitaine] and thence to the 
realm to trade, as the said town did not adhere to the French when they 
lately invaded the land of Agen. 

Insjn'.ciiinis and confirmation to Thomas de Burton, kinsman and heir of 
the undermentioned Roger of (1) a charter by Walter, sometime archbishop 
of York, granting to Roger son of John de Suthburton 6 bovates of land in 
the field of Suthburton, to wit, one which John his father held of old with 
a toft and other appurtenances of the archbishop and his predecessors, 
one which Robert son of Thomas sometime held, two with a toft and 
appurtenances sometime of John son of Roger, two with a toft and appur- 
tenances sometime of Laurence son of Muriel, also a toft which William le 
Pynder sometime held ; to hold to the said Roger and his posterity in 
meadows, feedings, pastures and all easements and profits pertaining thereto 
within the said tow^n and without, at a rent to him and his successors of 
20.S. 4t/., by the name of the rent of old due, and ^ mark a year for works 
due of old from the said lands which the archbishop has had commuted 
into money, and ISd. for his assessment (aff'eranto) in respect of the wind- 
mill in Suthburton. W^itnesses : — William, succentor of York, Peter 
de Fichelden, canon of Ripon, Reginald de Stowe, canon of Suwell, 
Walter de Casteir, the archbishop's chaplain, Master Henry de Schipton, 
William de Wychendun, and Richard de Bovill, his stewards, Alan de Hesel, 
and William de Calverley, his clerks, Falk de Wakefeud, Michael de Heck, 
John le Fleming {Flandrem') and others. 

(2) Confirmation of the foregoing by Sewal^the dean, and the chapter of 
St. Peter's, York, dated at York, the day of St. Matthew the Apostle, 1249. 
Witnesses : — S. the dean, G. the precentor, R. the treasurer, W. arch[deacon] 
of York, J. archdeacon of Richmond, W. archdeacon of Nottingham, J. 
archdeacon of Cliveland, N. archdeacan of the East Riding, S. the sub-dean. 
Masters S. de Heclesfeld, N. de Seleby, W. de Grey, canons of York, John 
Bouer, Robert de Farnham, and others. By fine of 1 mark." York. 

Protection and safe-conduct, for one year, for John Rode and Thomas 
Nuskelyng, taking their ship called la Nicholas of Suthampton, which 
the king has given them licence to load there with corn and merchandise 
to Bordeaux, and bringing back wine and other goods; By K. 



20 EDWARD II. 



317 



1326, 

Sept. 9. 
Porchester. 

Sept. 4. 
Porchester. 



Sept. 8. 
Porchester, 



Sept. 10. 
Porchester 



Sept. 12. 
Porchester 



Sept. 10. 
Porchester, 



Sept. 13. 
Porchester. 



Sept. 3. 
Porchester 



Sept. 11. 

Porehester. 



Membrane 17 — cont. 

Presentation of John de Blisworth to the church of Dodyngton in the 
diocese of Lincohi. By K. 

Licence for John le Smale, king's clerk, dean of the free chapel of 
St. Martin le Grand, London, to acquire in mortmain land and rent not 
held in chief to the value of lOO.s. a year. ]^y K. 

Licence for the alienation in mortmain, by John bishop of Bath and 
Wells to the master and brethren of the house of St. Mark, by Bristol, of 
the advowson of the. church of Overstaweye, in exchange for 80 acres of 
moor, the site of a mill and the sluices thereof, with a conduit leading to 
the said site in Cumpton, Ceddre and Netherwere ; granted after inquisition 
made by Robert de Bilkemor, escheator in the counties of Somerset, &c. 
whereby the king has learned that this will not be to the damage of any 
and that the advowson is held in chief as belonging to the bishopric, and 
the church is worth 10 marks a year, and that the moor is held of the 
bishop by reason of his manors of Cumpton and Ceddre which the bishop 
holds of the king as parcel of his barony, and that the said moor is 
worth lOO.s-., and that the said mill-site, conduit with sluices and suit of 
mill are held of others than the king in frank almoin, and are worth lOO.s-. 
Licence also for the master and brethren to appropriate the said church. 

By fine of 40.s'. Somerset. 

Presentation of William de Houeden to the church of Helmyngham, in 
the diocese of Norwich, void by the resignation of William de Clare, the 
last rector, and in the king's gift by reason of the temporalities of the 
bishopric of Norwich being in his hands. 

Licence for Edmund Bacon to enfeoff John de Catfeld and Robert de 
Jernemuth of the manor of Hatfeld Peverel, co. Essex, held in chief as 
of the honor of Huntyngdon, and for them to regrant the same to him 
and Margery his wife in tail male, with remainder to his right heirs. 

Insped'hinis of letters patent {in French) produced [porrccta^) to the king 
by John Baddingg and Benedict Sely, dated on the eve of St. Laurence, 
20 Edward II, whereby John Jacob, Jakemin Jacob, Libert de Huy and 
Gilsoun de Huy, merchants of Dinaunt, for the salvation which Saundre 
le Keu, master of a ship called the Cog of St. John of Wynch[else] made of 
them and their goods, quit-claim to the said Saundre and all his companions 
any action, suit, or challenge they may have against them. Sealed with 
their own seals and with that of the mayoralty of Sandwiz. 

Appointment of Hugh Sampson, mayor of the town of Suthampton, 
and Thomas de Bynedon, to collect a fleet of 10 or 12 ships from Portes- 
muth westwards and bring them to Southampton, and to detain ships of 
the realm to that number, if any can be found within the liberty of the 
town of Southampton, to go on the king's service whithersoever the said 
Hugh and Thomas shall tell them. By p.s. 

Pardon to Roger Peyvere of his outlawry in the county of Bedford for 
non-appearance before Henry Spigurnel and his fellow justices of oyer and 
terminer touching the said trespass, to answer touching a plea of trespass 
of James Beauflower ; on condition that he surrender at once to prison and 
stand his trial if the said James will proceed against him. 

Safe-conduct, for one year, or until further order, for the king's 
merchant, Bernard Mercerii, with a ship called The Skip of the Holy (ihost, 
Pasqual de Baiona, with a ship called The Ship of St. Peter, Bartholomew 



318 



CALENDAR OF PATENT ROLLS. 



1326. 



Sept. 12. 

Porohester. 



Sept. 15. 
Porchester, 



Sept. 24. 
Westminster. 



Sept. 26. 

Tower of 
London. 



Memhrane 17 — cont. 

de Mercerio, with a ship called 'llw Ship of St. Anne, and John de Belu with 
a ship called T/ie Ship <>f Bernard Doiirnecat, who lately came from 
Bayonne to Southampton with goods, and are now going to the parts of 
Gernemuth to fish for herring and to buy corn and victuals, to take to 
Bayonne and Bordeaux, for the munition of those cities. 

Presentation of Alan de Bedefeld, parson of the church of Kirkeby, in 
the diocese of Lincoln, to the church of Helmyngham, in the diocese of 
Norwich, in the king's gift by reason of that bishopric being in his hands ; 
on an exchange of benefices with William de Clare. By p.s. 

Pardon to Richard son of William Burgeis for the death of Roger le 
HetheAvard, as it appears by the record of John Neyrnut and his fellows, 
justices assigned to deliver Aylesbury gaol, that he killed him in self- 
defence. 

Protection and safe -conduct, for one year, for John le Flemyng the elder, 
Henry his son, and William de Inkepenne, burgesses of Suthampton, 
going to Ireland, Gernereye and Jereseye and divers parts of the realm to 
trade. 

William de Huntele and William de Boys, brethren of the hospital of 
St. Bartholomew, Gloucester, coming to the king with letters of the chapter 
announcing the death of John de Okes, their prior, have letters of licence to 
elect. 

Protection for two years for John de Warrewyk, hermit dwelling at 
Langham, co. Rutland, and his men begging alms. 

Protection with clause nohanus for one year for Elias de Islep. 



MEMBRANE 16. 

Sept. 6. Protection and safe-conduct for one year for Aymer de Insula, burgess 

Porchester. and merchant of Bordeaux, who came from Bordeaux with wine and goods, 
and who is going back for more. 

Aug. 15. The like, for one year, for John de la Tour, merchant of the town of 

Clarendon. Besaz, his men and merchants, coming to the realm with wine and goods 

and returning ; on testimony by Oliver de Ingham, seneschal of Gascony, 

to his good behaviour. By K. 

Sept. 5. Inspeximus and confirmation of a writing (in French) by Thomas, abbot of 

Porchester. Teukesbury and the convent thereof dated at Teukesbury in the chapter of 
the abbey, on 24 March, 1325-6, 19 Edward II, reciting that, whereas John 
le Botiller of Lanultwyt, with the king's licence, granted to the abbey 7 mes- 
suages, 4 cottages, 276 acres of land, 15 acres of meadow, 14.s-. lOir/. of rent 
in Aumeneye Seint Croys, co. Gloucester, part of which lands and rents is 
held of Hugh le Despenser, lord of Glamorgan, and Eleanor his wife, daughter 
and one of the heirs of Gilbert de Clare, sometime earl of Gloucester, and the 
other part is held of the said Hugh as of the earldom of Salesbury, the said 
abbot and convent, in consideration of the assent of the said Hugh and 
Eleanor to the said amortization, have granted that they will sing in the 
abbey church once a year four masses for their good estate, to wit, one mass 
on the octaves of the four principal feasts, and after the death of either 30 
masses a year for the soul of the deceased and for the good estate of the 
survivor, and for the souls of both after death. Also on the anniversary of 



20 EDWARD 11. 



319 



1326. 



Sept. 7. 
Porchester, 



Sept. 6. 
Porchester. 

Sept. 8. 
Porchester. 



Sept. 6. 
Porchester. 



Sept. 6. 
Porchester, 



Sept. 6. 
Porchester. 



Aug. 25. 
Clarendon. 

Sept. 8. 
Porchester. 



Sept. 9. 

Porchester, 



Sept. 12. 
Porchester. 



Membrane 16 — cant, 

the said Hugh they will feed 100 poor every year, to wit, with bread, beer, 
' potage,' and a mess from the kitchen for one meal, and to do this they 
bind the said lands and rents which they hold of the fee of the said Hugh, 
and the lands purchased of the said John le Botiller. By p.s. 

Grant to William de Herlaston, king's clerk, of the prebend of Hegh- 
worth, in the church of St. Mary, Salisbury, in the king's gift by reason 
of the bishopric being lately void and in the hands of Edward I. By K. 

Mandate in pursuance to R. the bishop. 

Grant to Thomas de Evesham, king's clerk, of the prebend of Norton, 
in the church of St. Ethelbert, Hereford, in the king's gift by reason of 
the temporalities of the sea being in his hands. By K. 

Mandate in pursuance to H. bishop of Hereford. 

Simple protection, for one year, for Berard de Lebreto. 

Protection with clause nolinnus, for one year, for Master Thomas de 
Bocton, subdean of the church of St. Mary, Salisbury. 
[The like for] Richard de Barflet. 

Protection, until the Purification, for John de Wygemor and Archibald 
de Crabarry, merchants of Scotland, who were lately arrested within the 
realm for certain causes, going to divers parts of the realm to prosecute 
business affecting themselves and other merchants and scholars of that land, 
likewise arrested, and to recover certain goods and merchandise eloigned 
from them at sea by pirates. By K. 

Writ of aid for John Gabriel, deputed by John de Cherleton, mayor of 
the Staple, to do what pertains to his office in the city of Winchester, 
during the pleasure of the mayor. By testimony of the mayor. 

Grant to the prior and convent of Plumpton, at the request of William 
Bacun of Dertemuth, king's serjeant, to whom, at the king's request, they 
have granted maintenance out of their house for life for himself, a groom 
and a horse, that this shall not prejudice them as a precedent. By K. 

Protection, during pleasure, for the men of the islands of (4ernereie, 
Jereseye, Serk and Aureneye, and the adjacent islands. By K. 

Pardon to William de Chillyngton for the death of Vivian de Staundon, 
killed before Christmas, 18 Edward II, and of any consequent outlawry, in 
consideration of his service in the army in the duchy, although he did not 
obtain a pardon before in pursuance of the king's grant that all persons 
finding sufficient mainprise to go to the duchy in the army on the next 
passage should obtain pardons for offences committed before that date, 
because he had then gone on the said service ; on condition that he stand 
his trial if anyone will proceed against him. By K. it C. 

Protection and safe-conduct, for one year, for William Dyve, burgess of 
Bordeaux, going to the duchy to trade. By K. 

The like for the following : — 

Raymond Manent and Bidau Manent, burgesses of Bordeaux. 

Henry de Offord and Richard le Engleis, burgesses of Bordeaux. 

Bernard Mercerii, citizen of Bayonne. 

Otto de Grandisono, staying beyond seas, has letters nominating Ralph 
de Inkepenne and John Page as his attorneys for three years. 



820 



CALENDAR OF PATENT ROLLS. 



1326. 

Sept. 28. 

Tower of 

London. 

Sept. 10. 

Porchester. 



Sept. 13. 
Porchester. 



Sept. 9. 

Porchester 



Membrane 16 — co7it. 

Protection with clause noliDnus, for one year, for William de Melburn, 
clerk. 

Licence for William de Ros of Hamelak to enfeoff Master Nicholas de 
Ros of the castle of Hamelak and the manors of Hamelak and Harum, co. 
York, held in chief, with knights' fees, advowsons, parks, chaces, fairs, 
markets, warrens, liberties and all other appurtenances, and for the latter 
to regrant the same to him in tail male, with remainder for life to Margery 
his wife, and successive remainders in tail male to Margaret his daughter 
and Elizabeth her sister, and ultimate remainder to his right heirs. By K. 

Presentation of Ralph de Munsterton, chaplain, to the vicarage of the 
church of Aston, in the diocese of Coventry and Lichfield, in the king's 
gift by reason of the temporalities of the priory of Tikeford being in his 
hands. 

Protection and safe-conduct for one year for Peter de Bydal, born of the 
town of Besatz, on testimony that for the whole time of the disturbance in 
the duchy, and long before that time, he was staying in the realm and has 
borne himself well. By K. 



Sept. 16. 
Poi-chester. 



Sept. 16. 
Porchester, 



MEMBRANE 15. 

Presentation of Richard de Laberton of Alyncestre, chaplain, to the 
church of Stoke Basset, in the diocese of Lincoln, void by the resignation 
of William de Wolfardeleye, the last rector. By K. 

Inspeximii.'^ and confirmation of letters patent of John, bishop of Llandafi', 
dated at Llandaif, 5 Kal. Aufiusti, 1325, reciting that, whereas John de 
Monemue, bishop of Llandafi', his predecessor, acquired for himself and his 
successors the appropriation of the church of Newland in the forest of Dene, 
in the diocese of Hereford, with the tithes of new assarts in the said forest, 
he out of gratitude for such great benefits, w4th the assent of the chapter, 
grants out of the great commons and profits due to the bishops at the feast 
of the Apostles Peter and Paul, 100s. yearly to be distributed as follows. 
First he ordains that, from Michaelmas next, there shall be a priest in the 
church of Llandafi' to be elected by the bishop and not to be removed without 
lawful cause, to celebrate mass daily for the souls of the said John de 
Monemue, of Edward I, frequent benefactor of the church of Llandaff, and 
his predecessors and successors, also for the soul of the said bishop, when 
he shall go the way of all flesh, his predecessors and the souls of his 
successors, and all the faithful departed, and the said priest shall be bound 
to serve in the hours of the night as well as the day, or by a substitute in 
case of lawful impediment, like the rest of the vicars ministering in the 
said church, and he shall have 5 marks a year out of the said lOO-s. Also,- 
there shall be four commemorations yearly in the said church of Llandafi' 
for the souls of the bishop's predecessor, the bishop, his predecessors and 
successors and all the faithful departed at such times as shall be ordained 
by the precentor and succentor, but one shall be on the day of the obit of 
the said predecessor, and another on the day of the bishop's death ; and on 
the said four days half a mark shall be distributed amongst those present 
at the commemoration. On the day of the said obit half a mark shall be 
given to the poor. If there is hereafter any negligence in the ordination 
of a priest or in the payment of his stipend, or the said distribution, 
it shall be lawful for the chapter to do these things without the consent of 
the bishop J. ; the said payments are 'to be made by the sub-treasurer of the 
church of Llandafi". 



20 EDWARD II. 



821 



1326. 



Sept. 10. 
Porchestei, 



Sept. 15. 
Porchester. 



Sept. 21. 
Sheen. 



Oct. 3. 

Westminster. 



Sept. 23. 

Westminster. 



Membrane 1 5 — cant. 

Appointment, during pleasure, of Robert de Leybnrn as captain and 
admiral of the fleet of Great Yarmouth and other places from the mouth of 
the Thames northwards, with power to punish the mariners and others of 
that fleet. 

WritVf intendemlo directed to the masters, mariners and others thereof. 

ByK. 

Pardon of the trespass of Matthew de Essex, sometime citizen of London, 
in bequeathing 5 marks of rent issuing out of tenements which he had of 
the feoffment of Amice daughter of William son of Richard in Cordewane- 
strete in the parish of St. Mary le Bow, London, for the maintenance of 
a chaplain to celebrate divine service daily in the said church for the souls 
of the said Matthew, Roesia, sometime his wife, his father and mother, his 
benefactors and all the faithful departed, which premises have been taken 
into the king's hands by William de Weston, escheator, on account of the 
trespass ; and grant that they shall remain charged with the rent for the 
chantry. 

Licence for the abbot and convent of Seleby to retain in mortmain 
18 acres of land in Seleby acquired from Thomas de Cawode ; a 
messuage there acquired from Juliana daughter of John son of 
Reyner ; a messuage there acquired by John de Wystowe, sometime 
abbot, from John de Crull of Steyner ; 12^/. of rent there acquired by 
William de Aslagby, sometime abbot, from William Gyly ; 5 J acres of land 
there acquired by Simon de Scardeburgh, sometime abbot ; from Thomas 
son of Ivo de Seleby, a toft and 2 acres, 1 rood of land there acquired by 
the same abbot ; from Thomas Ichegam and Nicholas de Cawode, 1 acre of 
land there acquired by the same abbot ; from Richard Pertryk a messuage 
there acquired by the same abbot from John Drouri of Crull, and a messuage 
there acquired by the same abbot from Margery de Nightegale, all which 
are held of the abbot and convent and were acquired after the publication 
of the statute of mortmain, without the licence of the late or present king, 
and are worth 21^. %L yearly, as appears by inquisition made by Simon de 
Grymmesby, escheator, as of the value of 22s. 2f/., in part satisfaction of 
the land and rent to the value of 28Z. yearly, which in consideration of 
their quit-claiming to him 49Z. 8s. in which he was bound to them for corn 
and other victuals bought for his household, the king granted licence for 
them to acquire. 

Protection with clause nolumus, for one year, for the abbot of West- 
derham. 

The like for the following : — 

The prior of Cardigan. 

Richard de Barflet. 

Robert de Sancto Albano, parson of the church of Magna Boudon. 

John de Heyron. 

Master John de Shordiche. 

William de Sarum, parson of the church of Whethamstede. 

John de Percebrigg, parson of the church of Wolewych. 

Licence for the alienation in mortmain by Roger de Waltham, king's 
clerk, who lately had licence to acquire land and rent to the value of 12^. a 
year and assign the same to religious uses, of a messuage in the parish of 
St. Augustine by Distaflane, London, held in chief as the whole of the city 
of London is, and worth 6 marks a year, as appears by an inquisition made 



3217 



X 



322 



CALENDAR OF PATENT ROLLS. 



1326. 



Sept.33(szV) 
Westminster. 

Sept. 24. 
Westminster. 



Sept. 25. 
Tower of 
London. 



Sept. 25. 

Tower of 
London. 

Sept. 28. 
Tower of 
London. 

Oct. 2. 

Westminster. 

Oct. 4. 

Acton. 



Membrane 15 — cont, 

by the sheriffs of the city, to the dean and chapter of St. Paul's, London, 
to maintain a chaplain to celebrate divine service daily in the said church 
for the good estate of the said Roger, for the souls of Ant